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THIRTY-FIRST REPORT 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND PRINTING 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 




1917-1918 



M. L. SHIPMAN, Commissioner 



RALEIGH 

Edwards & Beoughton Peintinq Co. 

State Printers 

1918 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



To His Excellency, 

Thomas W. Bickett, 

Governor of North Carolina. 

Sik: — Pursuant to the requirements of the statute creating this 
branch of the State Government and acts supplemental thereto, I 
have the honor to submit herewith the Thirty-first report of the De- 
partment of Labor and Printing for the State of ^N'orth Carolina 
covering the biennial period 1917-1918. 

The popularity of the form in which the report has previously been 
issued, it is thought, justifies the retention, under the biennial publi- 
cation, of the sa,me rule followed heretofore. Always it is the purpose 
of the Department to enlarge the scope of the information, and to 
present as completely and succinctly as possible the facts desired to 
be carried. Only by the employment of field agents will it be possible 
to make the report complete in every detail. 

As is also permitted, it is desired to submit, for your consideration, 
and for the information of the General Assembly, some recommenda- 
tions that the Department feels should be presented and acted upon 
by our lawmaking body. It is the opinion of this ofiice that the age 
at which children should be permitted to work in industrial plants, or 
workshops, should be raised to fourteen years for day service and that 
adequate machinery be provided for effective law enforcement. Only 
with complete inspection can a proper condition relative to child labor 
be reached. 

Safety requirements for machinery, boilers, etc., should be enacted, 
as well as sanitary laws, and statutes looking to the prevention of fires 
and accidents. ISTorth Carolina is well toward the foot of the list of 
states providing statutes along the line suggested, and it may be that 
the reason for this lies in a general misunderstanding between the 
advocates of remedial legislation of the character outlined and the 
operators of industrial plants over the State. 

The United States Government is endeavoring to maintain existing 
industrial standards by writing into its contracts for supplies the pro- 
visions of the Child Labor Law recently overruled by the Federal 
Supreme Court, which, it will be remembered, was voided on a techni- 
cality. Practically, the same law is effective in all of the progressive 
states of the Union, and our own State should take a decided stand, 
without further delay, in favor of legislation which will meet the test 
of humanitarianism at each turn of the way through all future years. 
Our slogan should be : "Save the women and children for the world." 

Respectfully submitted, 
^ M. L. Shipman, 

"^ Commissioner. 

»*• Raleigh, N. C, December 2, 1918. 



DIRECTORY OF STATE OFFICERS 



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

O. Max Gardner.. .....President of the Senate - ^^l^^^""^' 

Walter Murphy .Speaker of House of Representatives Rowan. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 
Thomas Walter^Bickett Governor - pj'f"^^'''' 

J- Bryan Grimes --^--^^ °^ ^'^''^ "J-^^dolph. 

W. P. Wood... .-..Auditor.. ^ 

Benjamin R. Lacy Treasurer .——-—— r.u^ford 

James Y. Jovner. Superintendent of Public Instruction.. " J^^f °''^- 

James S. Manning Attorney-General VVake. 

OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE STATE DEPARTMENTS. 

DEPARTMENT OP THE EXECUTIVE. 

T.W.Bickett.. ..Governor.... - IT^^'. 

O.Max Gardner Lieutenant Governor... - - i;^''!T 

Santford Martin ...Private Secretary w\ 

Miss Mamie Turner Executive Clerk - -"ake. 

COUNCIL OF STATE. 

Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Auditor. Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Attorney-General. 



J. Bryan Grimes. 

J. E. Sawyer 

Miss Minnie Bagwell. 



DEPARTMENT OP STATE. 

Secretary of State.. Pitt- 

Automobile Clerk "^^'ake. 

^.,_... Grant Clerk.. Wake. 

Edmund B. Norvell ...Enrolling Clerk ..Cherokee. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 

W. P. Wood-... - Auditor.. ..Randolph. 

Everard H. Baker Chief Clerk. - - - — ^. , '''• 

Baxter Durham Tax Clerk.... "w L 

Mrs. Fannie W. Smith Pension Clerk "ake. 

DEPARTMENT OP THE TREASURY. 

Benjamin R. Lacy Treasurer - '^'^ake 

W.F.Moody Chief Clerk.... ....Mecklenburg. 

Henry R. Williamson ...Teller — ^^sh. 

W. W. Newman Institution Clerk... - ...VVake. 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. 

James Y Joyner ....Superintendent of Public Instruction Guilford. 

W.H.Pittman ....Chief Clerk - Edgecombe. 

A. S. Brower Clerk of Loan Fund - Cabarrus. 

[Superintendent Cherokee Indian and Colored 
E.E.Sams ■! Normal Schools, Secretary State Board Ex-}- Madison. 

[ aminers and Institute Conductors. J 

N. W. Walker State Inspector Public High Schools Orange. 

LC Brogden State i^ gent Rural Elementary Schools. Wajoae. 

N. C. Newbold .State Agent Rural Elementary Schools Pasquotank. 

TE Browne Supervisor Vocational Education. Hertford. 

Miss Elizabeth Kelly .Director Schools for Adult Illiterates—.. Macon. 

W. C. Crosby Secretary Community Service Bureau Mecklenburg. 

State Board of Education. -GovernoT, President; Superintendent of Public Instruction, Secretary; 
Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Attorney-General. 

State Board of Examiners. -J limes Y. Joyner, Chairman ex officio; W. H. Pittman. Secretary; H. E. 
Austin, N. W. Walker. 



State Government 



DEPARTMENT OP JUSTICE. 

James S. Manning . Attorney-General Wake. 

Frank Nash. Assistant Attorney-General .Orange. 

ADJUTANT general's DEPARTMENT. 

Beverly S. Royster The Adjutant General. Granville. 

Thomas B. McCargo, Jr.. Captain, Infantry U. S. A In charge Selective Service Bureau- 

Miss Lelia M. Dye Chief Clerk to The Adjutant General Wake. 

CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

W. T. Lee.. ..Chairman Haywood. 

George P. Pell Commissioner Forsyth. 

A. J. Maxwell Commissioner. Craven. 

J. S. Griffin Chief Clerk... Guilford. 

MissE. G. Riddick Assistant Clerk Gates. 

Miss Meta Adams Assistant Clerk Haywood. 

S. A. Hubbard State Bank Examiner Rockingham. 

W. H. Woolard Assistant State Bank Examiner Pitt. 

C. W. Cloninger Assistant State Bank Examiner Catawba. 

O. S. Thompson Tax Clerk Wake. 

W. G. Womble Rate Clerk.. Wake. 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND PRINTING. 

M. L. Shipman _ Commissioner Henderson. 

George B. Justice.. Assistant Commissioner Mecklenburg. 

Commercial Printing Co State Printers Wake. 

Edwards & Broughton Ptg. Co State Printers Wake. 

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, ex officio Chairman, Raleigh. 
K. W. Barnes, Secretary, Lucama. 

F. P. Latham Belhaven First District. 

C. W. Mitchell Aulander Second District. 

R. L. Woodard Pamlico Third District. 

Clarence Poe Raleigh Fourth District. 

R. W. Scott Haw River Fifth District. 

A. T. McCallum.. Red Springs. Sixth District. 

C. C. Wright Hunting Creek .Seventh District. 

William Bledsoe .Gale Eighth District. 

H. Q. Alexander .Matthews Ninth District. 

A. Cannon Horse Shoe Tenth District. 

OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

B. W. Kilgore State Chemist. 

J. M. Pickel... Feed Chemist. 

H. H. Brimley ..Curator of Museum. 

O. H. Graham Veterinarian. 

Dan T. Gray.... Chief, Animal Industry. 

Franklin Sherman, Jr Entomologist. 

W. N. Hutt... Horticulturist. 

W. M. Allen ..Food and Oil Chemist. 

T. B. Parker Director of Farmers' Institutes. 

J. L. Burgess Botanist and Agronomist. 

C. R. Hudson... State Demonstration Agent. 

Mrs. Jane S. McKimmon Girls' Demonstration Work. 

H. M. Lynda ..Drainage Engineer. 

W. R. Camp Chief, Market Division. 

F. H. Jeter Agricultural Editor. 



State Government 



James R. Young 

Stacey W. Wade 

J. J. Bernard 

F. B. Gerhard 

W. A. Scott 

F. M. Jordan. 

Sherwood BrockwelL 
Eugene E. Gray, Jr.. 
N. E. Canady- 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

.Commissioner Vance. 

.Chief Deputy Carteret. 

.Chief Clerk Wake. 

.Actuary Wake. 

.Deputy — -- Guilford. 

.Deputy — Buncombe. 

-Deputy - Wake. 

.Deputy Forsyth. 

.Electrical Inspector Granville. 



Miss Eva Powell. Bookkeeper. 



HISTORICAL COMMISSION. 

Chairman Pitt. 

Commissioner Wake. 

Commissioner Vance. 

Commissioner Orange. 

Commissioner Wake. 

Secretary Wake. 

F. A. Olds ..Collector for Hall of History....! Wake. 

W. S. Wilson Legislative Reference Librarian Caswell. 



J. Bryan Grimes 

W. J. Peele. 

Thomas M. Pittman. 

M. C. S. Noble 

D. H. HiU 

R. D. W. Connor 



BOARD or PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 



Governor, T. W. Bickett, 
State Treasurer, B. R. Lacy, 



Secretary of State, J. Bryan Grimes. 
Attorney-General, James S. Manning 



Thomas R. Robertson 

Miss Carrie L. Broughton 
Miss Bessie King 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Superintendent Mecklenburg. 

STATE LIBRARY. 

Librarian . ...Wake. 

.Assistant Wake. 



TRUSTEES OF STATE LIBRARY. 

Governor, Superintendent of Public Instruction, 

NORTH CAROLINA LIBRARY COMMISSION. 



Secretary of State. 



C. C. Wright Chairman.. 

Annie F. Petty. Commissioner 

James Y. Joyner. Commissioner 

Carrie L. Broughton Commissioner 

Charles Lee Smith Treasurer 

Mrs. Minnie L. Blanton Secretary 

Miss Mary S. Yates... Assistant to Secretary. 



.Wilkes. 

-Guilford. 

.Guilford. 

.Wake. 

.Wake. 

.Wake. 

.Guilford. 



JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT. 

Walter Clark Chief Justice Raleigh Wake. 

Piatt D. Walker Associate Justice Charlotte Mecklenburg . 

George H. Brown Associate Justice.. Washington. Beaufort. 

William A. Hoke Associate Justice... Lincolnton Lincoln. 

William R. Allen Associate Justice Goldsboro Wayne. 



OFFICIALS OF THE SUPREME COURT. 

J. L. Seawell Clerk Raleigh ..Wake. 

M. DeL. Haywood Marshal and Librarian Ealeigh ...Wake. 

Robert C. Strong Reporter Raleigh Wake. 



State Government 



JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURTS. 

W. M. Bond First District Edenton Chowap. 

George W. Connor. Second District Wilson Wilson. 

John H. Kerr Third District Warrenton Warren. 

Frank A. Daniels... ..Fourth District Goldsboro Wayne. 

H. W. Whedbee Fifth District Greenville .Pitt. 

Oliver H. Allen Sixth District Kinston ..Lenoir. 

T. H. Calvert Seventh District Raleigh Wake. 

W. P. Stacy ..Eighth District Wilmington New Hanover. 

Chatham Calhoun Lyon Ninth District Elizabethtown Bladen. 

William A. Devin Tenth District O.xford Granville. 

Henry P. Lane Eleventh District... Reidsville Rockingham. 

Thomas J. Shaw Twelfth District.. Greensboro Guilford. 

W. J. Adams Thirteenth District Carthage Moore. 

W. F. Harding Fourteenth District.. .Charlotte... Mecklenburg. 

Benjamin F. Lorg Fifteenth District Statesville Iredell. 

James L. Webb Sixteenth District Shelby Cleveland. 

T. B. Finley Seventeenth District Wilkesboro Wilkes. 

M. H. Justice Eighteenth District ...Rutherfordton Rutherford 

P. A. McElroy. Nineteenth District Marshall Madison. 

Thad. D. Bryson Twentieth District Bryson City ..Swain. 

SOLICITORS. 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus First District Elizabeth City Pasquotank. 

R. G. Allsbrook Second District. Tarboro Edgecombe. 

G. E. Midgette ..Third District Jackson Northampton. 

Walter D. Siler Fouith District. Siler City.... ..Chatham. 

J. Lloyd Horton . Fifth District Farmville Pitt. 

James A. Powers.. ..Sixth District Kinston Lenoir. 

H. E. Norris Seventh District Raleigh Wake. 

H. L. Lyon.. Eighth District.. Whiteville ...Columbus. 

S. B. McLean Ninth District Maxton Robeson. 

S. M. Gattis Tenth District Hillsboro Orange. 

S. P. Graves Eleventh District Mount Airy ..Surry. 

John C. Bower. Twelfth District Lexington Davidson. 

W. E. Brock Thirteenth District.. Wadesboro Anson. 

G. W. Wilson Fourteenth District Gastonia Gaston. 

Hayden Clement Fifteenth District Salisbury Rowan. 

R. L. Huffmann Sixteenth District Morganton Burke. 

Johnson J. Hayes Seventeenth District North Wilkesboro Wilkes. 

J. E. Shipman Eighteenth District Hendersonville Henderson. 

George M. Pritohard Nineteenth District Marshall Madison. 

G. L. Jones Twentieth District Franklin Macon. 



CONTENTS 



CHAPTEK I— I^-TEODUCTORY. 

II — Farms and Farm Labor. 
Ill — Trades. 

IV — Cotton, Woolex, and Silk Mills. 
V — Knitting Mills. 

VI — Furniture Factories. 
VII — Miscellaneous Factories. 

VIII l^EWSPAPERS. 

IX — Railroads and Employees. 
Appendix. 



CHAPTER 



INTRODUCTOKY 

The General Assembly for 1917 changed the Report of the Depart- 
ment of Labor and Printing from an annual to a biennial publication. 
In future the report will be issued in even years — 1918, 1920, etc. 

It has been especially diiScult to secure a fairly complete list of the 
factories this year, many of those reporting in former years having 
changed hands, some of them gone out of business, and some new ones 
having been established during the two years elapsing since the last 
blank was sent out. 

Chapter II, Farms and Farm Labor, shows, in Table I, conditions 
of farm and labor, employment, trend of cost of living. Table II 
covers questions of tendency toward diversification of crops, and im- 
provement in method of cultivation, wages, and financial condition of 
laborers. Table III shows cost of production of various farm prod- 
ucts. Table IV shows condition of roads, education, religion, and 
morals, and general trend of each. 

Chapter III, The Trades, shows, in Table I, prevalence of labor 
organization, wages by trades, method of paj^ment, and increase or 
decrease of wages. Table II shows unit of working time, period of 
payment, permanency of employment, cost of living. Table III 
shows hours constituting day's work; wage-earners' idea of what 
should constitute day's work; per cent of literacy. Table IV shows 
period of apprenticeship, improvement in education, moral and finan- 
cial conditions. 

Chapter IV, Cotton, Woolen, and Silk Mills. Table I shows mills 
by counties, executive ofiicers, year established, capital stock, name 
of selling agent, and whether mill spins or weaves, or both. Table II 
shows class of goods made, number spindles, number looms, number 
cards, kind of power used, horsepower, approximate amount of raw 
material used; progress of employees. Table III shows number of 
employees, classified ; hours, wages, and when paid, per cent of liter- 
acy, persons dependent on operation of factory for livelihood, observ- 
ance of labor laws. Included under this head, but treated separately, 
will be found the woolen, silk, and cordage mills. 



12 Introductory 



Chapter Y, Knitting Mills. This division carries the same informa- 
tion rehitive to knitting- mills as occnrs under Chapter IV with rela- 
tion to cotton mills. 

Chapter VI, Fumiture Factories. Table I shows factories by 
counties, name of president, goods manufactured, year incorporated, 
capital stock, kind of power used, number of horsepower. Tables II 
and III show number of days in operation during year, hours consti- 
tuting day's w^ork, number dependent on factory, wages, per cent of 
literacy, estimated value of plant, estimated annual output. 

Chapter VII, Miscellaneous Factories. Under this head are 
treated the establishments not falling under specific heads, that is to 
say, all manufacturing plants which do not show any one division of 
industry sufficiently large to require separate treatment. It is not 
the purpose to enumerate herein sawmills, gristmills, or cotton gins, 
except as the magnitude of a single mill would seem to place it in the 
class "of factory; grinding mills are classed as factories when they 
buy corn and wheat and sell flour, meal, or grits, but are not classed 
as factories when they grind for toll and sell no other product beyond 
toll earned. Sawmills doing a general lumber business are classed 
as factories, while small mills, doing only a local business, are not. 
I^ot that it would not be desirable to enumerate these concerns in our 
report, but because it has been found impossible to secure a list of 
these small concerns ; many of them are temporary, and many change 
ownership and location so frequently as to make reliability of reports 
not dependable. At the same time it has not been possible to secure 
the names of all the large concerns doing business in the State, under 
the present law, which does not make it obligatory upon manufac- 
turers to report. Table I shows factories by counties, name of presi- 
dent and secretary or treasurer, article manufactured, capital, when 
established, and Table II shows estimated value of plant, value of 
output, time in operation, hours constituting day's work, kind of 
power used, number of horsepower, number of employees, classified; 
condition of labor market, per cent of literacy among employees. 
Table III shows wages, when paid, increase or decrease, prevalence 
of union labor, improvement of employees in financial condition and 
general proficiency. 

Chapter VIII, Newspapers. Summary shows classification by 
period of publication and politics, and total circulation of each class. 
Table I shows list of j^apers by counties, how published, editor and 
proprietor. Table II shows day of publication, class, date of estab- 
lishment and circulation. Table III shows number of employees, 
wao-es, etc. 



Introductoey 13 



Chapter IX, Railroads and Employees. Shows alphabetical list 
of roads, number of officers and employees, by classes and wages. 

Where the term "children" is used, with reference to division of 
class of laborers, it is intended to mean persons under sixteen years 
of age. 

APPEI^DIX 

In this division of the report has been grouped all other available 
information properly bearing on the subjects covered in the pages 
preceding it, to which reference is invited. In this will be found a 
classified list of industries, together with the labor laws as applied to 
mines, mills, and factories. 



CHAPTER II 



FAEMS AND FAEM LABOR 

Farming activities in the State this year have jDroduced a situation 
which is generally considered most favorable. Weather conditions 
retarded early planting in some sections and the summer drought pre- 
vented a maximum yield of corn and cotton over a broad expanse of 
fertile fields from the foothills to the coastal plains. However, record 
crops of wheat, rye, potatoes, soy and velvet beans, and numerous 
varieties of vegetables adapted to JSTorth Carolina soil are reported. 
Hot dry weather hindered the growth and development of cotton, with 
the result that this crop is scarcely up to the average this year. Like- 
wise, unseasonable weather in the late summer and early frosts in the 
western counties have cut short the corn crop to a considerable extent, 
although it is believed that a sufficiency for home consumption has 
been garnered, and enough to share liberally with the Allies of 
America in the world war for liberty. But for the serious shortage 
of farm labor the surplus of various crops would be far in excess of 
what it is. Every county in the State reports labor scarce, and vigor- 
ous action has been taken by local authorities to enlist the cooperation 
of every available citizen of earning capacity in working and harvest- 
ing crops of various kinds. 

Farm products have steadily increased in price since the last issue 
of this report. Cotton, corn, and wheat have brought especially good 
prices, and the demand for truck and by-products has been such as to 
make any produce suited to this locality highly profitable to the pro- 
ducer. Gradually the necessity for shipping fruits, berries, and 
vegetables into local markets is disappearing, for the reason that 
home-gro\\Ti supplies of this character are becoming more and more 
available. JSTo such observation can be applied to pork and beef prod- 
ucts, butter and eggs. There are times when it is almost impossible 
to secure either of the above four articles, except of the cold-storage 
variety, and there has never been a time, within a generation, which 
offered greater inducements for dairying, gTOwing stock and raising 
poultry. The cheese industry is assuming proportions and faces a 
future fraught with many possibilities. 

l!^otable among the agencies at work for the improvement of farms 
and farming methods is the State's Agricultural and Engineering Col- 
lege, both in the development of the younger generation and in the 
help it has placed at the call of the older farmers in short courses, etc., 
ancl the splendid activities of the State Department of Agriculture, 



Farms and Earm Labor 15 



tlirough its corps of office men and advisers, as well as the experiment 
farms and traveling demonstrators, who are doing effective work for 
the betterment of general farm conditions in rural communities. 

In the present emergency an equitable distribution of the State's 
labor is essential. There is gTave danger of even a more serious short- 
age in farm labor, and the cooperation of every citizen is needed in the 
effort to induce the unemployed to take up agricultural pursuits — a 
field in which the demand for help is generally far in excess of the 
supply. Thousands of our young men are either in training camps 
or at the front, and the shortage in farm labor is bound to be still more 
keenly felt unless some way can be found whereby the employers in 
cities and towns may join hands with the farmers in working out a 
just and equitable distribution of our labor supply. For there is no 
way around facing the fact that bread is just as essential as bullets in 
carrying on a war. 

Eeports indicate that the value of land has increased in every county 
of the State during the last biennial period ; that fertility in all has 
been maintained, and that labor is scarce. Tendency towards smaller 
farms and more intensive farming in eighty-one; to larger ones in 
sixteen, and no noticeable change in three. ^N'inety-one counties report 
labor irregular, seven reg-ular, and two "about the same."_ Public 
highways are reported good in twenty-one counties and fair in all the 
others ; improving in seventy-eight ; getting slightly better in eighteen. 
All except seven of the counties of the State report public opinion 
favorable to the construction and maintenance of public thoroughfares 
by methods of taxation. 

Wage conditions show a healthy increase over previous reports. 
Present scale: Highest average paid men, per day, $1.92; lowest, 
$1.16 ; highest paid women, $1.15 ; lowest, 76 cents. Average wages 
of children, 62 cents. A general increase is noted in all the counties. 
The financial condition of wage-earners on the farms is reported good 
in thirty-six counties, fair in sixty-two, slightly better in the remain- 
ing two. Educational condition good in ten, fair in eighty-eight, 
medium fair in two. Improving in eighty-nine, slight advancements 
in eight, and "not much change" in three. On the whole, the educa- 
tional .and financial condition of agricultural workers shows marked 
improvement over that prevailing when the report of this Department 
was last issued. A tendency toward more favorable conditions for this 
class of workers is clearly apparent and will doubtless be met in a 
spirit of cooperation on every hand. 

The tables following present the facts from which the deductions 
for this summary were taken. 



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CHAPTER III 



THE TRADES 

The State is steadily progressing along all lines of industrial en- 
deavor, and the people some time ago set themselves to the task of 
keeping abreast of the times. Capital and labor in Xorth Carolina 
are on distinctly friendly terms and labor disturbances are rare occur- 
rences in our commonwealth. There is a hopeful tendency towards 
even more favorable conditions for the wage-earner as the demand 
for his services increases with the great industrial awakening now 
existent. Employers realize that ^'the laborer is worthy of his hire," 
and voluntary advances in the wage scale have been frequent occur- 
rences in North Carolina the past year. This has not been confined 
to any particular class of workers. It applies to factory, farm — to 
every trade and profession. Wages were never higher in this State 
than they are today, nor has the demand for labor ever been greater. 
Skilled workers of every trade have enlisted with those who are en- 
gaged in perfecting Government plans for the successful prosecution 
of the war, and their absence is felt in every industry and business 
activity. But labor has determined to do its best in helping win the 
war, and the average ISTorth Carolina worker feels deeply the obliga- 
tion laid upon him in this great crisis. While necessity requires, the 
home field must be neglected, for what will home profit us if we do not 
win the war ? So far, no industry in the State apparently has been 
seriously impaired for lack of labor, although the scarcity of efficient 
help is being keenly felt in some sections. 

The wage-earners, with all other patriotic I^^forth Carolinians, are 
assisting, to the utmost extent of their ability, in the prosecution of 
the part the United States has taken in the world struggle for democ- 
racy. They realize that victory for civilization upon the battle-fields 
of France can be won only by the full exertion of the man-power of the 
entire country ; that full mobilization of that power means not only 
the placing of a sufficient number of soldiers in Europe, but the un- 
stinted exertion of every able-bodied person in the United States in 
some field of adequate and useful employment ; that the war must be 
fought by the nation at home as well as by the soldiers upon the field 
of conquest. Therefore, a large percentage of the toilers of this State 
have this year been devoting their energies to the execution of co- 
operative plans, with the Government, in endeavoring to secure the 
maximum effort on the part of all the people in producing record crop 
yields and utilizing every resource in making our man-power effective 
both at home and in Government war activities everwhere. There 



The Trades 23 



is no room for the labor slacker in jSTortli Carolina, ''Work or fight" 
is the slogan which has been and is still being used with telling eifect 
from one end of the State to the other. Barring a few trifling experi- 
ences with professional exploiters of labor, the State has found little 
difficulty in adjusting the labor situation to new and changed con- 
ditions. 

Through all the exciting scenes and activities of the past year, our 
people have been able to maintain existing laws and standards relative 
to the employment of women and children reasonably well. They 
have tried to avoid the experience England had in the early part of 
the war, when the health and efficiency of her female workers became 
seriously impaired through long and continued hours of labor, because 
more workers were not available. Vigorous action has been taken to 
enlist the cooperation of every citizen of earning capacity, and efforts 
in this direction have been worth while. Labor is loyal in J^orth 
Carolina. 

Since the last previous issue of this Report (1916) conditions in 
the trades have undergone such radical and rapid changes as to make 
it almost impossible to present an account of the status at this time. 
War work of various kinds has drawn upon the different lines to such 
an extent that the local demand far exceeds the number of tradesmen 
available, with a consequent increase in wages, or charges, such wages 
or charges changing so rapidly as to prevent any stable price being set. 
The figures shown in the tables under this head were asked for on July 
1st and reported over a period covering July, AugTist, and September.. 
The condensed form of the tables, showing the conclusions on each: 
question, is such as to make it unnecessary to summarize the wages,, 
hours, apprenticeship, etc., as has formerly been the practice. 



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CHAPTER IV 



COTTOX, CORDAGE, SILK, AND WOOLEN MILLS 
Cotton ]\Iills 

Along with the advance in price of other materials, the selling 
valne of the products of cotton mills in North Carolina has ad- 
vanced in proportion. The mills, as a rule, have run to capacity, 
and the reports sent in to this office indicate that the normal steady 
growth of the permanent and substantial phases of the industry 
shown since its beginning has been kept up, notwithstanding the ab- 
normal conditions under which the industry has operated for the 
past two years. Cotton (raw material) has been high throughout 
the entire period, and while wages paid by the mills seem not to have 
been advanced to the high levels reached in some other lines, it does 
not appear that the present wages will be subject to the reductions 
that may reasonably be expected to take place where the greatest 
advances have been made. Taken as a whole, the period seems to 
have been one of satisfactory improvement, both to the mills and 
to the employees. 

Below will be found the tables of figures relating to the various 
details. 

The number of mills reporting is 331. Of this number 298 report 
capital stock, which aggregates $70,542,492. The number of spindles 
is given as 4,456,314; looms, 69,784; cards, 12,155; and the num- 
ber of horse-power employed, 180,651. The approximate amount of 
raw material used was 492,925,075 pounds; the estimated value of 
yearly output, $373,924,860. Total number of employees reported 
is 68,292. Of these, 35,476 are males, 25,087 are females, 7,729 
are children (under 16 years of age). The estimated number de- 
pendent on these mills and on the 68,292 employees for a livelihood, 
194,747. The percentage of employees who read and write is given 
as 88. 



28 NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



The high average wages for males is $4.38; low average is $1.78. 
High average for females $2.84; low average, $1.51. Two hundred 
and thirty mills pay wages weekly ; eighty-three pay twice a month ; 
one pays daily ; seventeen do not report. 

One hundred and fifty establishments report the use of electric 
power; 49 use steam; 59 use electric and steam; 28 use steam and 
water; 11 electric and water; 9 steam, water, and electric; 16 water 
and steam ; 9 do not report. 

One hundred and twenty-six of the mills spin and weave; 190 spin 
only ; 6 weave only ; 9 bleach and finish. 



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30 



North Cakolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Mills by Counties, Shovnng Executive Officers, 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Mill 


President 


1 


Alamance 

....do— — - 


Altamahaw..- -- 


Holt, Gant & Holt Cot. Mfg. Co.... 
-Aurora Cotton Mills _ 


L. Banks Holt 


2 


Burlington 




3 
4 

5 


....do 

...-do— 

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-.-do 

..-do- 

--do 

-—do- 

—do- 

..-do 

....do. 

-..do- 
...-do. 

— do -.. 

— do- 

..-do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do... 

Alexander 

....do 

.-..do 

...-do. 

Anson 

....do 

Bladen 

Buncombe.. 

....do 

Burke 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

Cabarrus 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

.-.-do 

—do 

—do- 

..-do- 

...-do- 

....do. 

....do— 

...-do 

...-do 

Caldwell— 

—do 


-..-do 

---do 

-..do- -- 


Elmira Cotton Mills Co 

Glencoe Jlills 

E. M. Holt Plaid Mills.. 

Hopedale Mill 

Keystone Finishing Mills 

King Cotton Mills Corporation 

The Lakeside Mills 


E. C. Holt 

R. L. Holt 

L. Banks Holt 


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7 


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W. K. Holt 


8 


T. F. Jeffress 


9 


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E. C. Holt 


10 


....do . 




11 


Glen Raven... 


Glen Raven Cotton Mills 

Alamance Cotton Mill 

Belmont Cotton Mills 

Carolina Cotton Mills 

Oneida Cotton Mills 

Saxapahaw Cotton Mills 

Sidney Cotton Mills 

Travora Mfg. Co 


J. Q. Gant, Prop 

L. Banks Holt 


12 


Graham 

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L. Banks Holt . . 


14 


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L. Banks Holt 


15 


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L. Banks Holt 


16 
17 
18 


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....do 

..--do 


F. L. Williamson 

H. W. Scott 

J. H. W'hite 


19 


Haw River 


Haw Mfg. Co.. 

Holt-Granite Mills Co.* . . . 


W. E. White 


20 


....do 

Swepsonville 

Taylorsville 




21 




A. L. Baker 


22 




J. A. Miller, Jr. 


23 


....do 


Miller Mfg. Co.t 


J. A. Miller, Jr... 


24 

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Taylorsville Cotton Mill Co 

Stony Point Mfg. Co 

Wadesboro Cotton Mills Co 

Wadesboro Mfg. Co 


A. H. Matheson 

A. W. White 


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Wadesboro . . 


C. M. Burns 


27 


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28 




H. C. Bridger. 


29 


Asheville 




F. W. Cone... - 


30 


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I. R. Stewart 


31 


Henry River 






32 




W. A. Erwin 


33 


Rhodhiss 


E. A. Smith Mfg. Co 

Yaldese Mfg. Co. 


Geo. B. Hiss 


34 




A. M. Kistler 


35 






D. M. Hill 


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C. W. Johnston 


37 


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J. W. Cannon 


38 


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39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 


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....do 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

Kannapolis 

Mount Pleasant 

..--do 


Gibson Mfg. Co 

Kerr Bleaching and Finish. Wks 

Locke Cotton Mills Co 

Roberta Mfg. Co 

White-Parker Mill Co - 

Hartsell Mills Co 


J. W. Cannon 

D. B. Coltrane 

W. A. Erwin.. 

J. F. Goodman 

W. H. Belk 

W. W. Flowe. 


45 




M. L. Cannon 


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A. N. James 


47 




J. \V. Cannon... 


48 
49 


Granite Falls 

--do 


Dudley Shoals Cotton Mills.- 

Falls Mfg. Co..... •-.... 


J. D. Elliott... 

J. D. Elliott 



*Sanie as last report. 



tSuccessors to -\lspaugh. 



Cotton Mills 



31 



Date of Establishvient, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretarj' or 
Treasurer 




Agent's Name 



No. 



J. Q. Gant 



J. A. Barnwell 
W. L. Holt 
L. B. Williamson 
H. C. Pollard 
J. M. Browning 
R. M. Jeffress 
J. H. Holt 
H. C. Pollard 

Lynn B. Williamson 

Lynn B. Williamson... 

Lynn B. Williamson 

Lynn B. Williamson. 

L. A. Williamson 

J. L. Scott, Jr. 

W. E. White. 

J. H. White 

W. L. Brooks 

W. C. Kirkpatrick 

T. H. Miller 

T. H. Miller 

T. H. Miller. 

A. L. Watts 

\\. B. Rose 

Russell Murray 

C. C. Dunn 
W. D. Long 
R. L. Mitchell 

D. W. Aderholdt 
J. E. Erwin 
Walter D. Taylor. 
J. L. Garron 
Charles A. Mills 
T. J. Haywood 
M. L. Cannon 

C. A. Cannon, Sec. and 

E. T. Cannon, Tr 
E. C. Barnhardt, Jr.. 
W.R.Odell, A.G.Odell 
T. H. Webb 
W. W. Flowe 
E. F. White 
J. L. Hartsell 
J. M. Cannon, Jr 

Paul Barringer. 

D. H. Warlick 
D. H. Warlick... 



Converse & Co., N. Y 

T. H. Haywood Dept., N. Y. 
William Iselin & Co., N. Y.... 
William Iselin & Co., N. Y.... 
F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y 



William Iselin & Co., N. Y 

James L. Wilson & Co 

Hughes McCampbell, Converse & Co. 

Frederick Vietor & Achelis.. 

Frederick Vietor & Achelis, N. Y 



T. Holt Haywood, N. Y 

The Parish Co., N. Y 

Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y. 
C. E. Riley Co., Boston, Mass 



Parish Co., N. Y... 

J. L. Wilson and Converse Co., N. Y 

Henry W. Taylor's Sons, Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Henry W. Taylor's Sons, Phila 

H. W. Taylor's Sons, Phila 



Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y 

The Fouch Co., N. Y 

Mauney-Steele Co., Phila 

Erwin Yarn Agency, Inc., Phila 

Wilson & Bradbury, N. Y., and Phila. 



Frederick Vietor & Achelis, N. Y \ 14 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 

38 
39 

....: { 40 

Agent Joshua L. Bailey & Co., Erwin Yarn Agency..; 41 

Agents Johnston Mills. 42 

Direct 43 

44 
43 
46 



F. U. Stearns & Co., N. Y.. 
F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y... 
Cannon Mills, N. Y 



Direct 

Agent Cannon Mills, N. Y. 



Agents Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Agent Cannon MiUs, N. Y 

Agents. F. D'Olier & Co., Phila 

Agent Cannon Mills, Phila [ 47 

Both Catlin & Co 48 

Both Catlin & Co 49 



32 



N^ORTH CaKOLINA LaBOB STATISTICS 



Table No. 1 — 



County Postoffiee 



Mill 



President 



Caldwell... Lenoir Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co J.O.White. 

do... do Lenoir Cotton Mill !M. M. Courtney. 

do do. Moore Cotton Mill Co.... J. O. White. 

do do Whitnel Cotton Mill Co G. F. Harper. 

do .i Patterson Watts Cotton Mill Co.t J. W. Watts, Prop. 

do t Rhodhiss Rhodhiss Mfg. Co George B. Hiss 

Catawba.. .; Brookford Brookford Mills Co H.J. Holbrook.... 

do 1 Conover Yount Cotton Millst J. P. Yount. 

do Hickory Granite Falls Mfg. Co G. H. Geitner , 

do .| Hickory Ivey Mill Co G. H. Geitner 

do ' do A. A. Shuford Mill , G. H. Geitner 

do ! Long Island Long Island Cotton Mills ' George II. Brown. 

do • Maiden Carolina Cotton iNIills W. B. Murray 

do , do. Maiden Cotton Mills G. W. Rabb... 

do do Providence Cotton Mills G. W. Rabb 

do 1 do Union Cotton Mill D. F. Propst 



do - Monbo Turner Mills Co W.D.Turner 

do j Newton Catawba Cotton Mills J. P. Yount 

do j do.. Clyde Mill Co N. B. McCanless. 

do. I do Newton Cotton Mills... B. D. Heath 

Chatham. ' Pittsboro... M. M. Odell Mfg. Co J. A. Odell 

do. ; Siler City Hadley-Peoples Mfg. Co .i W. G. Sydnor.... 

Chowan ; Edenton Edenton Cotton Mills Frank Wood 

Cleveland I Kings Mountain Bonnie Cotton IMills J. S. Mauney 

do I do Cora Cotton Mills* C. H. Billing 

do j do Dilling Cotton Mills... ' A. G. Myers 

do I do Kings Mountain Mfg. Co.* W. A. Mauney 



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Mason Cotton Mills Co.t. J- C. Mason 

Mountain View Millst C. B. Armstrong 

Pauline Mills C. E. Neisler, Prop.. 

PhcFnix Mfg. Co E. A. Smith 



do j do Sevier Cotton Mills Co Lawrence S. Holt, Jr. 

do 1 Lawndale Cleveland Mill and Power Co \ J. F. Schenck 

do-.-. ...[ Shelby Belmont Cotton Mills Co I J. J. McMurry. 

do [ do Buffalo Mfg. Co C. C. Blanton 

do ; do Double Shoals Cotton Mill Fred R. Morgan 

do i.-.do Ella Mfg. Co. S. H. Hamrick 

do do___ Lily Mill and Power Co J. F. Schenck 

do. do_ Shelby Cotton Mills C. C. Blanton 



Cumberland Cumberland Necronsett Mills } J. F. Houston 

do Fayetteville Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co E. H. Williamson. 



.— do 

.—do 

...-do 

.-.-do§. 



do Puritan Mills Co F. L. Williamson. 

....do Tolar, Hart & Holt Mills J. R. Tolar 

do Victory Mfg. Co Robert Lassiter... 

Hope Mills..-. Rockfish Mills D. J. Rose.. 



Davidson Lexington Dacotah Cotton Mills C. A. Hunt, Jr.. 



*Same as last report. tNew mill. 
tSuccessors to Klotho Cotton Mills. 



fOfEce at Rocky Mount, Edgecombe County. 



Cotton Mills 



33 



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Secretary or 
Treasurer 



Capital 
Stock 



400,000 
350,000 



95,000 
187,280 
100,000 

85,000 
112,600 
131,700 



J. L. Nelson 1904 % 100,000 

J. L. Nelson. 1901 150,000 

J. L. Nelson.... 1907 j 117,400 

J. L. Nelson 1907 | 150,000 

T. E. Payne, Mgr, 

Walter S. Taylor 1900 

C. A. Braman 1917 

F. H. Yount.. 

A. A. Shuford, Jr 1885 

A. A. Shuford, Jr t 1903 

A. A. Shuford, Jr : 1909 

Osborne Brown 1890 

B. M. Spratt, Jr 1916 

W. C. Kenyon-...:.... 1882 

W. C. Kenyon ' 

P. C. Costner 1891 248,000 

W. A. Calvert 1907 j 350,000 

J. W. Yount 1900 

A. B. Kuhn 1918 ^ 150,000 

A. B. Kuhn 1894 ' 133,000 

A. H. London 1887 100,000 

J. C. Gregson 1895 : 55,800 

W. O. Elliot 1898 : 150,000 

W. A. Mauney 1900 , 99,000 

O. G. Falls. 1900 100,000 

W, S. Billing 1893 ' 178,500 

S. A. Mauney. 1889 95,000 

A. E. Cline ' 1918 125,000 

W. T. Rankin 1918 

1910 

H. C. Dwelle 1917 ; 200,000 

Eugene Holt 1910 100,000 

F. C. Reynolds 1898 100,000 

A. W. McMurry 1907 60,000 

Z. C. Mauney ; 1912 j 30,000 

E.A.Morgan. ' 1892 ' 50,000 

J. R. Dover 1907 120,000 

J. H. Ransom 1904 j 135,000 

J. C. Smith ..' 1900 150,000 



Rushton Marot I j 

S. G. Haigh 1898 ; 200,000 

L. B. Williamson 1917 

E. W. NoUey 1898 ^ 207,000 

A. E. Ritch. 1906 225,000 

R. L. Huffines 1916 324,000 

W. H. Mendenhall 1909 193,300 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 



Agent's Name 



No. 



Direct. 
Direct. 

Direct 

Direct 

Agents I Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Agents Wilson & Bradbury Co., N. Y., 

Agent ' A. D. Juillard & Co., N. Y..... 

Both Various firms 

Agents Catlin & Co., N. Y 

Agent Catlin & Co., N. Y 

Agents Catlin & Co., N. Y 

-Agents 

Agent [ Mauney-Steele Co., Phila 

Direct ' 

Agents. 
Agent.. 



Agent-. 
Both... 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Both... 
Agents. 
Both... 



. F. D'Olier, Herx & Edely 

.1 Mauney-Steele Co., Wm. Whitman Co., Catlin 

I & Co 

.' J. E. Mitchell Co 



Franklin D'Olier Co., Phila.. 



Agents 

Agents 

Agents j 

Agents .j 

Agents 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Com. agents 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Agents i 



The Mauney-Steele Co., Phila.. 
W. M. & F. W. Sharpies, Phila.. 



Mauney-Steele Co., Phila.. 



Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

B. F. Bailey & Co., N. Y... 

Wilson & Bradbury 

Erwin Yarn Agency, Phila 

James E. Reynolds & Co 



Agent 

Direct 

Agents 

Agent 

Agent 

.A.gent 

Com. house. 



J. E. Reynolds & Co., N. Y 

Wilson & Bradbury 

Catlin & Co., N. Y 

The Farrish Co., L. P. Miller & Co., The Riddle 

Co 

C. J. Webb & Co., Phila 



The Parish Co., N. Y 

Tolar & Hart, N. Y 

Hunter Mfg. Com. Co., N. Y 

R. L. Huffines 

Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y. and Greens- 
boro, N. C 



50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 

65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 



Dept. Labor, 1918—3 



34 



NoETH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 




97 



100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 



Davidson, 

....do 

....do , 

....do , 



Lexington Erlanger Cotton Mills Co.. ...' M. S. Erlanger.. 

do - Nokomis Cotton Mills C. A. Hunt, Sr.. 

do Wennonah Cotton Mills Co W. E. Holt, Jr.. 

Thomasville.. Amazon Cotton Mills J. F. Cannon... 



do -do Jewel Cotton Mills C. W. Johnston... 

do do Southern Finishing Mill ' T. C. Robinson... 

Davie Cooleemee Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 3 B. N. Duke 

Durham Durham Golden Belt Mfg. Co T. B. Fuller 

do - East Durham Durham Cotton Mfg. Co.... | W. A. Erwin 

do do Pearl Cotton Mills George W. Watts. 

do West Durham Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 1 B. N. Duke 

do do.. - Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 4. B. N. Duke 

do ' do Erwin Cotton Mills Bleachery ' B. N. Duke 

Edgecombe Tarboro - Fountain Cotton Mills : W. A. Hart 

do do Hart Cotton Mills, Inc -' W. A. Hart 

Forsyth Winston-Salem Arista Mills Co ' A. H. Bahnson... 

do do Arista Mills, Southside* i A. H. Bahnson... 

do I do Inverness Mills Co ' H. G. Chatham.. 



-..-do. 

Franklin.. 

Gaston 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

.-.-do 

....do 

-..-do 

-..-do- 

--..do 



....do -- Chatham Mfg. Co - - | H. G. Chatham.. 

Franklinton Sterling Cotton Mills*... 1 S. C. Vann 

Belmont.- The Chronicle Mills -| A. C. Lineberger-. 

do - Climax Spinning Co... I A. C. Lineberger. 

do Imperial Yarn Mills.- 1 A. C. Lineberger-. 

do I Majestic Mfg. Co. 1 A. C. Lineberger. 

do I National Yarn Mill A. C. Lineberger. 

Bessemer City I Atlas Mfg. Co .-- A. A. McLean 

....do -..'' Gambrill & Melville Mills Co M. Gambrill 

do Huss Mfg. Co A. A. McLean 

....do Osage Mfg. Co E. W. Baker 

Cherryville Cherryville Mfg. Co D. E. Rhyne 



126 I-.. -do. 

127 !....do. 

128 '....do. 



.do ' Gaston Mfg. Co - J. H. Hull 

.do Howell Mfg. Co ' A. W. HowelL. 

.do Melville Mfg. Co W. A. Mauney. 



129 do...- do Vivian Cotton Mills J. J. George. 



130 

131 

132 

133 :. 

134 

135 

136 . 

137 . 

138 ■. 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 . 



...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do.. 
...do., 
—do.. 

..do. 

..do. 

.-do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 



Dallas Dorothy Mfg. Co J. C. Rankin 

Gastonia Arlington Cotton Mills J. Lee Robinson.. 

do ! Armstrong Cotton Mills Co .-. C. B. Armstrong. 

do Avon Mills -.-; J. C. Rankin 



-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Clara Mfg. Co - C. B. Armstrong. 

Dunn Mfg. Co ' C. B. Armstrong. 

Flint Mfg. Co - , L. L. Jenkins 

Gastonia Cotton Mfg. Co.... J W. T. Love 

Gray Mfg. Co... - L. L. Jenkins 

Groves Mills, Inc -.. A. G. Myers 



do -. Hanover Thread Mills 

do Loray Mills-- - 

do Modena Cotton Mill- 

do Monarch Cotton Mills Co.. 



W. T. Rankin 

S. W. Cramer 

J. O. White 

C. B. Armstrong- 



*Same as last report. 



Cotton Mills 



35 



Continued 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 




Agent's Name 



No. 



G. W. Montcastle 1914 

John T. Lowe - 1900 

J. V. Moffitt 1883 

C. G. Hill. 1909 

P. C. Newton 1908 

A. H. Ragan 1917 

W. A. Erwin.. 

C. A. Moore 1899 

J. H. Erwin 1884 

J. H. Erwin 1893 

W. A. Erwin ' 1892 

W. A. Erwin ' 

W. A. Erwin 1910 

Henry Smith 1899 

B. M. Hart..,- .! 1916 

A. H. Bahnson ' 1903 

A. H. Bahnson .' 1903 

N. S. Booe.... : 1911 

T. M. Lillard- ' 1877 

A. H. Vann .' 1905 

R. L. Stowe ! 1901 

S. P. Stowe ..| 1915 

R. L. Stowe.. ' 1906 

S. P. Stowe I 1907 

R. L. Stowe... ! 1914 

A. A. McLean, Jr ' 1911 

E. B. Krouse 1915 

A. A. McLean, Jr 1909 

Wm. T. West. .„' 1909 

C. A. Rudisill 1892 

D. P. McClurd 1896 

i 1907 

M. L. Rudisill ...| 1907 

T. C. Summer I 1910 



$ 600,000 
190,000 
100.000 
125,000 
160,200 
9,000 



Agent-. 
Agents. 
Agent.- 
Agent— 
Agent.- 



1,500,000 
450,000 
175,000 

4,000,000 



Agents- 
Direct.. 

Agents- 
Agents. 
Agents. 
Agents. 



B. V. D. Co., N. Y 

Hunter Mfg. Co., N. Y 

T. Holt Haywood, N. Y 

Cannon Mills, Phila., Pa 

Johnston Mills, Charlotte, N. C, 

Finish for other mills 

Joshua Bailey Co., Phila 



J. L. Bailey & Co., Phila 

Joshua L. Bailey & Co., Phila.. 
Joshua L. Bailey & Co., Phila.. 
Joshua L. Bailey & Co., Phila.. 



C. W, 
J. H. 
A. K 
S. M. 
A. K 
A. K 
J. H. 
R. A. 
J. H. 
H. H 
Georg 
W. D. 
H. B. 
A. K. 



Robinson 

Separk 

Winget 

Robinson 

Winget 

Winget 

Separk , 

Love 

Separk 

. Groves 

e E. Marvin. 
Anderson... 

Moore. 

Winget 



1912 
1900 
1912 
1896 
1907 
1909 
1907 
1889 
1905 
1916 
1917 
1901 
1893 
1907 



114,900 
250,000 
325,200 
325,000 
164,000 
350,000 
100,000 
125,000 
300,000 
125,000 
200,800 
200,000 
100,000 
200,000 
100,000 
296,600 
65,800 

250,000 
125,000 
159,000 
49,700 

37,100 
350,000 
130,000 
200,000 
200,000 
200,000 
360,000 
200,000 
350,000 
250,000 
110,000 
1,170,000 
180,000 
225,000 



Brokers. 
Direct... 

Agent-.. 
Agents. - 
Agent... 



Frederick Vietor & Achelis 

Hunter Mfg. & Com. Co., N. Y. 
Cannon Mills, N. Y 



Direct 

Both 

Both- 

Both 

Direct 

Both 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Com. house. 
Agents 



Agents. 
Both— 
Agents. 
Agent-. 



Agent- 
Both- 
Agent. 
Agent. 
Agent- 
Agent- 
Both- 
Both.. 
Both.., 
Both... 
Agent., 
Agent., 
Agent., 
Agent . 



Turner, Halsey Co., N. Y 

Tatum, Pinkham & Greey, N. Y 

B. F. Bailey & Co., N. Y 

West-Baker & Co., N. Y... 

Turner-Halsey Co., John F. Street & Co., The 
Riddle Co 



Maunej'-Steele Co., Phila 

Mauney-Steele Co., Wm. Whitman Co., Turner- 
Halsey Co 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

H. A. Florsheim 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila .• 

W. S. Waterman, Phila 

Parish Co., N. Y 

H. A. Florsheim, N. Y... 

W. S. Waterman, Phila., E. G. Harper, Chicago 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

Woodward, Baldwin & Co., N. Y 

C. J. Webb & Co., Phila 

Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 



96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 

125 
126 
127 
128 

129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 



36 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



MiU 



President 



144 

145 

146 

147 

148 

149 

150 

151 

152 

153 

154 . 

155 

156 

157 

158 

159 

160 

161 

162 

163 

164 

165 

166 



Gaston. 
....do... 
....do... 
....do_. 
....do... 
....do... 
....do... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 



...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 
...do. 



167 |....do. 

168 

169 

170 

171 



Gastonia. 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

...do. 

...do 



.-do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

172 Granville... 

173 Guilford.... 

174 ....do 

175 L...do 

176 ....do 

177 do 

178 _._.do 

179 ....do 

180 :....do 

181 '....do 

182 ....do 

183 ...-do 

184 Halifax 

185 .-..do 

186 do ' Rosemary... 

187 ...-do.. -..' Weldon 

188 Harnett ' Duke 

189 Henderson ' Tuxedo 

190 Hoke Raeford 

191 Iredell East Monbo 

192 do I Mooresville.. 

193 I.. ..do ....do 



...do.. 

...do 

..-do 

...do....- 

...do 

High Shoals 

Lincolnton 

Lowell 

McAdenville 

Mayworth 

Mount Holly 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

Stanley.. 

...do 

Worth... 

Oxford.-.. 

Gibsonville 

...do 

Greensboro 

...do 

...do 

...do- 

...do 

High Point 

..-do 

Jamestown 

Kimesville 

Roanoke Rapids 

-..do 



Morowebb Cotton Mills Co J. O. White.. 

Mountain View Mill. C. B. Armstrong 

Mutual Cotton Mills Co C. B. Armstrong 

Myrtle Mills, Inc J. L. Gray... 

Osceola Mills, Inc W. T. Rankin... 

Ozark Mills Frost Torrence 

Parkdale Mills, Inc J. L. Robinson 

Piedmont {Spinning Mills Co._ C. B. Armstrong 

Pinkney Mills, Inc R. G. Rankin 

Ranlo Mfg. Co J. C. Rankin 

Rex Spinning Co J. H. Mayes... 

Seminole Cotton Mills Co C. B. Armstrong 

A. M. Smyre Mfg. Co J. L. Robinson 

Spencer Mountain Mill John C. Rankin 

Trenton Cotton Mills. J. K. Dixon 

High Shoals Co..- Charles R. Hebard... 

The Arrow Mills J. L. Robinson 

Peerless Mfg. Co J. C. Rankin 

McAden Cotton Mills* H. M. McAden 

Mays Mills S. W. Cramer 

Albion Cotton Mills ' A. P. Rhyne... 

Mims Mfg. Co C. E. Hutchison 

Mount Holly Cotton Mills Co A. P. Rhyne - 

Tuckaseege Mfg. Co H. A. Rhyne — 

Woodlawn Mfg. Co C. E. Hutchison 

Lloyd Mills, Inc T. M. Mclntire 

Lola Mfg. Co.t.. .-- John C. Rankin 

Harden Mfg. Co _ O. D. Carpenter 

Oxford Cotton Mills.- W. A. Erwin 

Gem Cotton Mills.. 

Minneola Mfg. Co C. M. Guggenheimer. 

Pomona Mills J. E. Latham 

Proximity Mfg. Co B. M. Cone 

Proximity Print Works B. M. Cone 

Revolution Cotton Mills E. Sternberger 

White Oak Cotton Mills. ...' Bernard M. Cone 

Highland Cotton Mills ' J. H. .\dams 

Pickett Cotton Mills F. M. Pickett 

Oakdale Cotton Mill W. G. Ragsdale 

White Mfg. Co.t.. Thomas Raby, Jr 

Roanoke Mills Co ' W. S. Parker 

Rosemary Mfg. Co Clarence Millhiser 

Patterson Mills Co J. A. Moore 

Shaw Cotton Mills W. T. Staw 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co., No. 2 B. N. Duke - 

Green River Mfg. Co S. B. Tanner 

Raeford Power & Mfg. Co T. B. Upchurch 

Turner Mills Co W. D.Turner 

Dixie Cotton Mill Co E. W. Brawley 

Mooresville Cotton Mills J. E. Sherrill 



*Same as last report. 
tSuccessors to Stanley Mfg. Co. 



tXew mill. 

§Owned by Proximity Mfg. Co. 



Cotton Mills 



37 



Continued 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 



Capital 
Stock 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 



Agent's Name 



No. 



H. B. Moore 

VV. T. Rankin.... 

A. K. Winget 

J. H. Separk 

G. E. Marvin 

S. M. Robinson.. 

J. H. Separk 

A. K. Winget 

A. G. Myers 

W. L. Love 

W. M. Boyce 

A. K. Winget 

Fred L. Smyre.., 

W. T. Love 

E. N. Pegram 

J. S. Wier 

J. H. Separk 

S. M. Robinson.. 

R. R. Ray 

H. L. Moore 

H. A. Rhyne 

J. W. Holland.... 

H. C. Rhyne 

W. W. Glenn 

J. W. Holland.... 

W. F. Stroud 

R. F. Craig 

O. D. Carpenter. 
R. H. Lewis, Jr._ 



J. R. Young 

T. A. Hunter 

J. E. Hardin 

J. E. Hardin 

H. Sternberger 

J. E. Hardin 

J. E. Millis 

R. N. Walker 

O. M. Bundy 

H. A. White 

S. F. Patterson... 

J. L. Patterson 

A. L. Taylor 

W. A. Pierce 

W. A. Erwin 

J. O. Bell 

C. W. Seate 

W. A. Calvert 

Roy K. McNeely. 
G. C. Goodman.. 



1903 
1918 
1917 
1918 
1916 
1899 
1916 
1907 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1917 
1895 
1894 
1900 
1918 
1906 
1881 
1907 
1908 
1892 
1908 
1883 
1905 
1890 
1893 
1917 
1901 
1905 
1888 
1909 
1895 
1913 
1899 
1902 
1913 
1912 
1896 



1895 
1901 
1910 



1904 

1907 
1906 
1910 
1907 
1893 



S 100,000 
105,000 
162,000 
200,000 
200,000 
200,000 
300,000 
50,000 
175,000 
250,000 
200,800 
226,000 
250,000 
100,000 
187,200 
355,200 
300,000 
75,000 

1,000,000 
40,000 

100,000 
50,000 
50,000 

125,000 
60,000 

100,000 
35,000 

175,000 

200,000 
228,900 
500,000 
500,000 
300,000 

§ 

250,000 
203,700 
200,000 



1,000,000 

1,500,000 

673,500 

99,200 



100,000 
120,000 
225,000 
100,000. 
800.000 



Both.. 

Agent Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

Agent Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

Both H. A. Florsheim 

Agent Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

Agent Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Both H. A. Florsheim, N. Y 

Agent Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

Agent. Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

Agents The Farish Co., N. Y... 

Agent R. W. Stokes, Phila 

Agent Gastonia Cotton Yarn Co., Phila 

Direct Joe E. Kennedy, Phila 

Agent James Talcott, Inc., N. Y 

Agents 

Both 

Both _-. H. A. Florsheim, N. Y 

Both Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Agents Various firms . 

Agent J. E. Mitchell Co., Phila. and Boston. 

Agents 

Both -... 

Agents .- 

Direct 

Both Various.. - 

Agents Turner Howsley & Co., N. Y 

Agent Lowell Yarn Co., Phila 

Agent Tillinghast Stile Co 

Agent Erwin Yarn .Agency, Phila 

Agent - Erwin Yarn Agency, Phila 

Agent Cone Export and Com. Co 

Agent Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 

Agent Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y 

Agent ' Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y. 

Agent ' Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y 

Agent I Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y 

Direct 



Agent.. 
Both.-., 
Direct.. 
Agents. 
Agent.. 
Agent.. 
Direct.. 
Agent.. 
Both... 



Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Heax & Eddy, N. Y., and others. 



James L. Wilson & Co., Phila 

Bacon & Co., N. Y 

American Bleached Goods Co., N. Y. 



Agent. 
Agent. 
Agent. 



Joshua L. Bailey & Co. 
Catlin & Co 



James E. Mitchell Co., N. Y.. 
Wm. Whitman & Co., Boston. 
Hunter Mfg. & Com. Co 



I 

. 144 
. 145 
.: 146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
.1 174 
.1 175 
J 176 
.1 177 
-j 178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 



38 



IToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 




194 
195 
196 
197 
198 



Iredell Statesville ! Bloomfield Mfg. Co N. B. Mills 

do do ' Paola Cotton Mills D. M. Ously 

do do I Statesville Cotton Mills... j William Wallon. 

do Turnersburg i Stimpson & Steele -! -. 

Johnston Clayton Clayton Cotton Mills i C. H. Home. 



199 L..-do. 



.do. 



Liberty Mill Co.. : E. L. Hinton. 



200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 

208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 



Ethel Cotton Mills M. C. Winston... 

Lizzie Cotton Mills .| M. C. Winston... 

Selma Cotton Mills.. I N. E. Edgerton.. 

Ivanhoe Mfg. Co — 1 B. B. Adams 

Lee Sanford Sanford Cotton Mills. T. A. Hunter 

Lenoir Kinston. Caswell Cotton Mills.. J. E. Hood 

.__do do.. Kinston Cotton Mills J. F. Taylor 

Lincoln Lincolnton Elm Grove Cotton Mill R. S. Reinhardt. 



do Selma 

do I do 

, do ' do 

do ; Smithfield 



do. do Eureka Mfg. Co.. J. C. Rankin, Inc 

do ' do Indian Creek Mfg. Co W. A. Rudisill 

do I Lincolnton, R. 6 Laboratory Cotton Mills D. E. Rhyne 

do - Lincolnton.. Lincoln Cotton Mills. D. E. Rhyne, Prop 

do. do Long Shoals Cotton Mills Co J. S. Mauney 

do do Rhodes Mfg. Co J. M. Rhodes 

do do.... Rolin Mfg. Co L. N. Rudisill.. 

do do.. John Rudisill Mfg. Co J. O. Shuford 

' do ...do Saxony Spinning Co.. Edgar Love... 

do ...do Wampum Cotton Mills* J. A. Abernethy.. 

McDowell i Marion Clinchfield Mfg. Co.* D. D. Little.. 

do. I do Cross Cotton Mills Co D. E. Hudgins 

....do. !'.... do.... Marion Mfg. Co.... D. D. Little.. '....,. 

Madison.... I Marshall... Capitola Mfg. Co W. J. McLendon 

Mecklenburg l Charlotte.. Atherton Mills... Sterling Graydon 

....do I do Earnhardt Mfg. Co Dr. C. A. Misenheimer. — 

do t '^°- Belbro Mills, Inc W. H. Belk.. 

do : do Chadwick-Hoskins Co A. J. Draper 

do do Elizabeth Mills Co W. C. Wilkinson.. 

do. .do I Fidelity Mfg. Co.... A. P. Rhyne 

do.. do Highland Park Mfg. Co C. W. Johnston 

.do North Charlotte ' Johnston Mfg. Co C.W.Johnston 

Charlotte Magnolia Mills... A. C. Summerville, Prop.. 

....do.. Mecklenburg Mfg. Co Glejjn-Lowry Co., Owners 

....do Robinson Mfg. Co W. A. Watson 

....do Savona Mfg. Co C. C. Lima. 

No. Charlotte Glenn-Lowery Mfg. Co.f R. L. Tate, Mgr 

Cornelius Cornelius Cotton Mills F. C. Sherrill 

....do Gem Yarn Mill... ^.. F. C. SherrilL 

Davidson Delburg Cotton Mill Dr. J. P. Munroe... 

do Linden Mfg. Co Dr. J. P. Munroe 



do 

do 

j....do 

L...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



*Same as last report. jNew mill. 



Cotton Mills 



39 



Continued 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 



Product 

_,..,; Sold 

Capital Director 

Stock Through 

Agents? 



Agent's Name 



H. A. Yount. 
M. B. Mills... 
F. B. Bunch . 



A. S. White. 



D, L. Barbour. 



1903 
1908 
1893 
1891 
1900 

1908 



G. C. Hinton -i 1909 

G. C. Hinton. ' 1907 

W. H. Call I 1904 

J. Broadhurst ! 1909 

J. R. Jones I 1899 

F. C. Dunn ..I 1908 

T. V. Mosely .-! 1898 

1890 



J. L. Lineberger. 
D. P. Rudisill... 



1907 

1887 



S. Little 

T. Mauney 

J. Rhodes 

S. Roberson 

C. Williams 

M. Hoke 

R. S. Abernethy 

W. L. Morris.. 

Eugene 'Cross.. 

S. L. Copeland 

M. L. Church 

J. S. Wier 

T. M. Barnhardt 

G. H. Brookenbrough. 

E. C. Dwell 

L. H. Wilkinson _ 

J. M. Archer 

J. L. Spencer 

R. H. Johnston 



1886 
1907 
1912 
1901 
1909 
1904 
1914 
1916 
1909 
1905 
1893 
1900 
1918 
1908 
1901 



W. A. Beach. 



P. A. Straugh. 
J. A. SherriU... 

J. L. Sloan 

J. L. Sloan 



1896 
1913 
1901 
1907 
1914 
1908 



1907 
1909 
1891 



106,900 
117,100 
185,000 
60,000 
200,000 

97,900 

150,000 
200,000 
89,000 
271,532 
149,700 
100,000 
160,000 
100,000 

40,000 

44,600 



Both.. 

Agent Cannon Mills. 

Agents 

Both. 



No. 



194 
195 
196 
197 



Agent Schell, Longstreth & Co., and The Riddle Co.,1 

Phila. 198 

Agents Franklin D'Olier & Co., and The Riddle Co.,| 

Phila i 199 

1 200 



99,900 
189,000 

20,000 

31,800 
150,000 
160,000 
1,200,000 
131,600 
500,000 

64,500 
175,000 

24,900 

63,400 

1,824,000 

100,000 

34,500 
645,100 



Agents 

Agents I 

Com. houses 

._. Catlin & Co., N. Y. and Boston 

Agent Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 

Direct 

Direct - --[ 206 

Agent Tillinghast-Stiles Co., Providence, R. I., Paul-| 

son-Linkroum Co., N. Y 207 

.1 208 



201 
202 
203 
204 
205 



209 
210 
211 
212: 
213 



150,000 



45,400 
100,000 



48,600 
72,500 
50,000 
90,000 



Agents 

Agents Txirner-Halsey Co., N. Y 

Broker G. B. Chadwick, Providence, R. I 

Direct (Broker) G. B. Chadwick, R. I _.. 

Agent Mauney-Steele Co 

Both -- 

Agents - 214 

Both - 215 

Both 216- 

Both.. 217 

Agents Baldwin & Leslie, N. Y 218 

Agent Henry W. Taylor's Sons, Phila 219 

Agent ..; Baldwin & Leslie, N. Y 220 

Both 221 

Both 222 

Direct 223 

Direct -\ 224 

Agent. .1 Watts, Stebbins & Co., N. Y... ' 225 

Both j Lowell Yarn Co., and others 226 

Direct ■ ■. 227 

228 

.■ 229 

I 230 

231 

• 232 

233 

...' 234 

235 



Agent ; F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y 

Agents \ Johnston Mills, N. Y. and Phila., 

Both |. 

Agent I J. P. Stevens & Co., N. Y , 

Agents j Johnston Mfg. Co , 

Agents I Bacon & Co., N. Y 

Agents Harding, Tilton & Co., N. Y 

Agent F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y 



Both 236 

Both... 1 237 

Both 238 



40 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. County 



239 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
258 
259 
260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 
274 
275 
276 
277 
278 
279 
280 
281 

282 
283 
284 
285 



Postoffice 



Mill 



Mecklenburg Huntersville Anchor Mills. 

....do.. Paw Creek Thrift Mfg. Co.. 

do Pineville Chadwick-Hoskins Mill, No. 

Montgomery ' Biscoe Francis Cotton Mills 

do Troy__ _. Capelsie Cotton Mills. 

do ' do Smitherman Cotton Mills 

Moore \ High Falls High Falls Mfg. Co.* 

do i Vass Vass Cotton Mill Co 



President 



Nash 

New Hanover . 
--..do 

Orange 

.-..do 

Pasquotank 

Person 

....do 

Pitt 



Rocky Mount Rocky Mount Mill 

Wilmington ' Bellwill Cotton Mills 

do Delgado Mills 

Hillsboro I Bellevuc Mfg. Co 

do I Eno Cotton Mills 

lilizabeth City ' Elizabeth City Cotton Mills 

Roxboro Laura Cotton Mills 

do ' Roxboro and Longhurst Cot. Mills. 

Green^^lle ' Greenville Cotton Mills 



Randolph j Asheboro I Central Falls Mills 

do i Coleridge \ Enterprise Mfg. Co 

do I Cedar Falls j Sapona Cotton Mills 

do i Franklinville \ Franklinville Mfg. Co 

do ' do ' Randolph Mfg. Co 

do ( Ramseur Columbia Mfg. Co 

do I Randleman ' Deep River Mills, Inc 

do ' VVorthville Riverside Mills 

Richmond ' Rockins:ham Entwistle Mfg. Co 

.---do '--__do Great Falls Mfg. Co 

do ' do Hannah Pickett Mills 

.--_do '---.do Leak, Wall & McRae 

do do Ledbetter Mfg. Co 

....do do Pee Dee Mfg. Co 

do : do : Roberdel Mfg. Co 

do do Steele's Mills 

Robeson I Lumberton ' Dresden Cotton Mills 

do do _ Jennings Cotton Mills 

do do Lumberton Cotton Mills 

do do National Cotton Mills, Inc 

do ! Red Springs. Red Springs Cotton Mill Co 

do . St. Pauls Advance Mfg. Co 

do i do : Cape Fear Cotton Mills Co 

do do ' Ernaldson !Mfg. Co 

....do ' do St. Paul Cotton Mill 

Rockingham ' Draper Draper-Wearwell Blanket and 

Sheeting Mills! 

do ! Mayodan. __ Mayo Mills 

do ! Reidsville ; Edna Cotton Mills 

do I Spray.. Leaksville Cotton Mills 

...do .....do Lily Mill 

do do : Morehead Cotton Mills Co 



C. W. Johnston 

George B. Hiss 

A. J. Draper 

Frank Page.. 

A. W. E. Capel. 

Mrs. S. J. Smitherman. 
John W. Woody 

A. Cameron 

R. H. Ricks 

J. D. Bellamy.. 

R. R. Bellamy 

S. Strudwick 

S. Ruffin 

C. H. Robinson 

J. A. Long 

J. A. Long 

J. G. Moye 

J. B. Stroud 

D. H. Lambert. 

D. B. McCrary. 

B. G. MofRtt 

W. S. Russell- 

D. H. Anderson 

J. C. Watkins 

J. S. Lewis 

William Ent\^'istle 

D. L. Gore 

R. L. Steele 

F. W'. Leak 

J. S. Ledbetter 

G. P. Entwistle 

T. C. Leak 

W. B. Cole 

R. D. Caldwell 

H. B. Jennings 

R. D. Caldwell 

H. M. McAllister 

A. R. McEachern 

E. H. Williamson 

A. R. McEachern 

A. R. McEachern.- 

J. M. Butler 

G. W". Fraker. 

F. H. Fries 

W. S. Forbes 

B. F. Mebane 

G. W. Fraker 

B. F. Mebane 



*Same as last report. 

JSame as German-American Mills. 



Cotton Mills 



41 



Continued 




Agent's Name 



J. L. Spencer 

R. C. Moore 

E. C. Dwelle 

D. D. Benton 

J. G. Tomlinson 

A. W. E. Capel 

Thomas N. Woody... J 1896 

W. B. Graham i 1909 

T. H. Battle ' 1874 

J. W. Williamson 1874 

T.R.Ames 1899 

T. N. Webb 1905 

J. H. Webb I 1896 



225,000 

40,800 
73,000 
75,000 
107,800 
472,500 
100,000 
275,000 
152,800 
315,700 



F. Vietor & Achelis, N. Y 

Wilson & Bradbury, N. Y. and Phila. 

Watts, Stebbins & Co., N. Y 

Paulson, Linkroum & Co., N. Y 

William Whitman & Co 

James S. Wilson & Co., Phila 



Forrest Brothers, Phila. 



T. Holt Haywood Dept., N. Y... 

William Iselin Co., N. Y.... 

Wm. Iselin & Co., N. Y 

Cone Export and Com. Co., Greensboro, N. C. 



J. G. Gregory— 


1896 


100,000 


R. L. Harris 


1900 i 

1913 

1914 


261,300 
125,000 
29,000 




J. M. Caveness 


R. L. Caveness 


1904 


250,000 


T. H. Redding 


1916 


75,000 


Hugh Parks 


1896 


110,000 


Hugh Parks 


1863 


90,000 ' 


W. H. Watkins 


1850 1 


80,000 




1911 i 
1913 ' 


360,000 
125,000 


J. M. Cox 


G. P. Entw-istle 


1909 





G. G. Simpson 


1862 


200,000 


W. B. Cole 




200,000 


J. LeG. Everett 


1887 


100,000 


H. D. Ledbetter 


1882 


25,000 1 


E. G. Pavne.. 


1876 


.375,000 


J. LeG. Everett 


1882 


375,000 


J. W. Porter 




225,000 
200,000 


H. B. Jennings 


1906 


F. P. Gray 


1910 


300,000 


H. B. Jennings 


1900 


175,000 1 


A. P. McAllister 


1906 


110,000 


J. M. Butler 


1917 


150,000 


J. M. Butler 


1917 


60,000 


J. M. Butler 


1913 
1916 


75,000 
14,000 


W. D. Johnson 


A. R. McEachern 


1909 


200,000 


E D Pitcher 


1905 
1895 
1896 




W. C. Ruffin 


650,000 
240,000 


J. B. Pipkin 


W. R. Walker 


1893 
1901 
1902 


30,000 


E D Pitcher 


W. R. Walker... 


163,900 1 



Both- 



Both 

Direct 

Agents 

Agents 

Direct 

Agents Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, N. Y. 

Agent Haines, Morehouse & Woodford, N. Y. 

Agent Hunter Mfg. & Com. Co., N. Y 

Agent Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 

Agent Joshua L. Bailey & Co., Phila 

Agents Hunter Mfg. & Com. Co 

Direct : 

Agent I Hunter Mfg. & Com. Co., N. Y 

Agent I Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y 



Both ! 

Agent ' Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y.. 

Agent I Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y.. 

Agent 1 Hunter Mfg. and Com. Co., N. Y.. 

Com. houses' 

Both I 



Com. houses'. 

Agents 1. 

Agent ]. 



Agent I Wm. L. Banell Co., N. Y 

Direct | 

Agent [ Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co., Cincinnati. 

Agents 1 Franklin D'Olier & Co., Phila 



No. 



239 

240 

241 

242 

243 

244 

245 

246 

247 

248 

249 

250 

251 

252 

253 

254 

255 

256 

I 257 

! 258 

259 

; 260 

,' 261 

.' 262 

263 

264 

265 

.1 266 

.' 267 

. 268 

. 269 

. 270 

.; 271 

.1 272 

J 273 

.! 274 

.| 275 

.i 276 

_i 277 

.1 278 

.' 279 

. 280 



Direct i ' 281 

Direct.. 1 282 

Agent.. 
Both... 
Direct.. 
Both... 



Haines, Morehouse & Woodford , 283 

F. Vietor & Achelis ] 284 

285 

Schell, Longstreth & Co., Phila. and others . — ; 286 



42 



North Cakolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 




287 
288 
289 
290 
291 
292 
293 
294 
295 
296 
297 
298 
299 
300 
301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
306 
307 
308 
309 
310 
311 
312 
313 
314 
315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
830 
331 



Rockingham Spray: 

do ' do 

do j do 

Rowan China Grove. 

do ' Landis 

do ' do 

do j Rockwell 

do _ Salisbury 

do ■ do 

do ; do 

....do L...do 

....do 

....do 

Rutherford. 

....do , 

....do 

....do- 



Nantucket Mill.... G. W. Fraker 

Rhode Island Mill George W. Fraker. 

Spray Cotton Mills Karl von Ruck 

Patterson Mfg. Co J. W. Cannon 

Corriher Mills Co C. J. Deal.. , 

Linn Mills Co D. B. Coltrane 

Barringer Mfg. Co J. W. Cannon, Jr.. 

Ivy Damask Mill, Inc R. L. Mahaley 

Jamack Cotton Mills. W. A. McCanless.. 

Kesler Mfg. Co J. W. Cannon 



....do 

....do 

Caroleen 

Cliffside 

I Forest City. 

I do 



T. B. Marsh 

T. B. Marsh 

J. M. Knox 

A. C. Lineberger. 

S. B. Tanner 

C. H. Haynes 



do .! Spindale 

do I do 

Scotland Laurel Hill... 

do - I do 

do ' Laurinburg... 

do I do 

do do 

StarJy. Albemarle 

do do 

do I Norwood 

Surry Mount Airy.. 

Transylvania j Brevard 

Union i Monroe 

do -j do 

do I do 

do , Waxhaw 

Vance Henderson 

do j do 

Wake ! Neuse.— 

do Raleigh 

do do 

do do 

do Wake Forest. 

Warren Warrenton 

Wayne Goldsboro 

do do 

Wilson Wilson 



Marsh Cotton Mills, Inc 

Princeton Cotton Mill 

Salisbury Cotton Mills 

Vance Cotton Mills.— 

Henrietta Mills 

Cliffside Mills 

Alexander Mfg. Co.* J. F. Alexander.. 

Florence Mills.. ; C. E. Sampson... 

The Cleghorn Mills | S. B. Tanner 

The Spencer Mills .[ N. S. Tanner 

Ida Yarn Mill.. ! Edwin Morgan... 

Richmond Cotton Mills I Edwin Morgan... 

Dickson Cotton Mills ' J. L. McNair 

Scotland Cotton Mill J. L. McNair 

Waverly Cotton Mill J. L. McNair 

Efird Mfg. Co ..! J. W. Cannon.... 

Wiscassett Mills Co J. W. Cannon 

D. B. Coltrane... 

W. D. Burgess 

W. C. Cleveland. 

W. S. Lee 



Norwood Mfg. Co 

Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills 

Brevard Cotton Mills... 

Everett Cotton Mills 

Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co ' W. S. Lee 

Jackson Mills Co B. D. Heath 

Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills J. L. Robinson 

Harriet Cotton Mills D. Y. Cooper. 

Henderson Cotton Mills. S D. Y. Cooper. 

Neuse Mfg. Co.. J. W. Harden 

Caraleigh Mills Co J. R. Chamberlain. 

Pilot Cotton Mills Co ; W. H. Williamson.. 

Raleigh Cotton Mills 1 A. A. Thompson 

Royall Cotton Mills.... W. C. Powell 

Peck Mfg. Co.. T. D. Peck. 

Borden Mfg. Co F. K. Borden 

Borden Mfg. Co., No. 2t F. K. Borden 

Wilson Cotton Mills Co R. G. Briggs 



•Same as last report. jNew mill. 



Cotton Mills 



43 



Continued 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 



Capital 
Stock 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 



1901 



1917 
1914 
1895 
1916 
1912 
1888 
1891 
1887 
1901 



E. D. Pitcher 1898 

E. D. Pitcher 1904 

Karl Bishopric. 1896 

W. J. Swink 1893 

L. A. Corriher.— 

C. J. Deal 

C. E. Stemson... 
L. A. Mahaley... 
W. F. McCanlesa 

C. E. Stevenson. 
W. S. Blackmer.. 

F. J. Murcock... 

O. D. Davis 

E. B. Neave 

D. H. Jenkins... 

G. C. Haynes 

J. R. Moore 1918 

S. B. Tanner ' 1900 

K. S. Tanner 1910 j 

K. S. Tanner 1916 j 

...J 1893 ! 

1 1893 i 

G. F. Avinger.. ..J 1900 ' 

G. F. Avinger- [ 1899 

G. F. Avinger.. i 1909 ' 

J. S. Efird \ 1896 

J. A. Groves. .; 1898 

J. F. Shinn... { 1898 

I 1887 j 

' 1909 . 

P. H. Johnson.. ; 1907 , 

C. D. Meachem ' 1905 

G. W. Walton.... ' 1913 

W. P. Wingate ! 1897 ; 

J. D. Rose. ' 1900 

J. D. Rose [ 1895 , 

Kenneth Gant ! 1912 j 

W. D. Briggs.. 1 1891 

A. V. D. Smith. I 1892 

Frank Ward-... .1 1889 j 

W. L. Royall... j 1901 ' 

R.T.Watson.... I 1909 i 



Direct. 



Agent's Name 



P. L. Borden. 
P. L. Borden. 
F. L. Carr 



1900 



400,000 I 

105,000 

66,000 

100,000 

110,000 

50,000 ' 

12,000 I 

250,000 

50,000 

50,000 

250,000 

131,000 

675,000 

250,000 

200,000 

250,000 

75,000 

112,000 

60,000 

51,000 

150,000' 

120,000 

250,000 

500,000 

600,000 

150,000 

25,000 

51,000 

55,200 

300,000 

200,000 

50,000 

1,006,600 

672,000 

120,000 

235,000 

400,000 

157,000 

222,000 

131,400 

300,000 



Both.. 

Agent 1 Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Com. houses 

Com. houses - --- 

Agent Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Agents ; D. D. Campbell, N. Y 

Agents ' Tatum, Pinkham & Greey, N. Y 

Agents ' Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Agents : Tatum, Pinkham & Greey, N. Y 

Agent i Tatum, Pinkham & Greey, N. Y 

Agent Cone Export and Com. Co., Greensboro, N. C 

Direct ! ■ 



No. 



1902 



8.800 



Agent.. 

Agent \ 

Agents 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Agents 

Direct. 

Agents 

Both 

Agents 

Both 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Agent 

Both 

Both 

Agent 

Agent. 

Agent 

Both 

Both. 

Agent. 

Com. house 

Agents 

Both 



Catlin & Co., N. Y 

Cone Export and Com. Co., N. Y. 

Catlin & Co., N. Y 

Catlin & Co., N. Y... 

CatUn & Co., N. Y.... 

Catlin & Co., N. Y 

Various. 



Cannon Mills, N. Y 

Schell,Longstreth& Co., Franklin D'01ier& Co. 
Paulson, Linkroum & Co 



C. E. Riley & Co., Boston. 
C. E. Riley Co., Boston.... 

The Parish Co., N. Y 

Wm. F. W. Sharpies. 

Various firms. - 

Various firms 

Converse & Co., N. Y 

Converse & Co 

Converse & Co 



Southern Cotton Mills and Com. Co. 

Cannon Mills, Phila 

and direct 

Cannon Mills, Phila 



287 
288 
289 
290 
291 
292 
293 
294 
295 
296 
297 
298 

299 

300 

301 

302 

303 

304 

305 

306 

307 

308 

309 

310 

311 

312 

313 

314 

315 

316 

317 

318 

319 

320 

321 

322 

323 

324 

325 

326 

327 

328 

329 

330- 

331 



44 



J^ORTH C^VKOLINA LaBOR STATISTICS 



Table No. 2 — Mills, Articles 




1 Holt. Gant&Holt Cot.Mfg.Co. 

2 Aurora Cotton Mills 

6 Elmira Cotton Mills Co 

4 Glenco Mills 

5 E. M. Holt Plaid Mills 

6 HopedaleMill 

7 Keystone Finishing Mills 

8 King Cotton Mills Corp __ 

9 1 The Lakeside Mills ! 

10 j Ossipce Cotton Mills 

11 I Glen Raven Cotton Mills 

12 I Alamance Cotton Mill 

13 I Belmont Cotton Mills 

14 ' Carolina Cotton Mills 

15 I Oneida Cotton Mills 

16 I Saxapahaw Cotton Mills 

17 Sidney Cotton Mills 

18 Travora Mfg. Co 

19 \ Haw Mfg. Co _ .... 

20 I *nolt Granite Mills Co 

21 I Virginia Cotton Mills 

22 I Liledoim l\Ifg. Co 

23 i JMillerMfg. Co '. 

24 I Taylorsville Cotton Mills Co. 

25 I Stony Point Mfg. Co 

26 Wadesboro Cotton Mills Co... 

27 ] Wadesboro Mfg. Co 

28 Bladenboro Cotton Mills 

29 Asheville Cotton Mills 

30 French Broad Mfg. Co 

31 Henry River Mfg. Co 

32 Alpine Cotton Mills 

33 E. A. Smith Mfg. Co 

34 Valdese Mfg. Co 

35 Brancord Mfg. Co 

36 Brown Mfg. Co 

37 Cabarrus Cotton Mills 

38 Franklin Cotton Mills 

39 Gibson Mfg. Co 

40 ] Kerr Bleaching & Finish. ^Yks. 

41 Locke Cotton Mills Co 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Altamahaw Both 

Burlington i Both 

Burlington Both 

Burlington Both 

Burlington Weaving. . 

Burlington .., Spinning.. 

Burlington 

Burlington ...' Spinning.. 

Burlington... | Both 

Burlington Both 

Glen Raven Both 

Graham Both 

Graham ' Both 

Graham Both 

Graham , Both 

Graham Both 

Graham Both 

Graham Both 

Haw River Spinning.. 

Haw River I Both 

Swepsonville Both 

Taylorsville Spinning.. 

Taylorsville , Spinning.. 

Taylorsville Spinning.. 

Stony Point. ' Spinning.. 

Wadesboro Spinning.. 

Wadesboro _. Spinning.. 

Bladenboro Spinning.. 

Asheville Both 

.\sheville Both 

Henry River. Spinning.. 

Morganton.. Spinning.. 



Rhodhiss. 
Valdese... 
Concord.. 



Both 

Spinning.. 
Both 



Concord Both 

Concord i Both 

Concord Spinning. 

Concord Both 

Concord ' 

Concord Both 



42 Roberta Mfg. Co 

43 §White-Parker Mill Co.. 

44 Hartsell Mills Co 

45 Cannon Mfg. Co 

46 Kindley Cotton Mills 

47 Tuscarora Cotton Mills 

48 Dudley Shoals Cotton Mills. 

49 Falls Mfg. Co 

50 Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co 

51 ■ Lenoir Cotton Mill 



Concord , Spinning. 

Concord I Spinning. 

Concord.. -j Both 

Kannapolis , Both 

Mount Pleasant... Spinning. 
Mount Pleasant... Spinning. 

Granite Falls Spinning. 

Granite Falls Spinning. 

Lenoir Spinning. 

Lenoir .' Spinning. 



Colored cottons 

Fancy and plain ginghams 

Dress ginghams . 

Outing flannels 

Ginghams 

Yarns 

Dyeing and finishing knitted goods 

Soft hosiery yarns 

Cheviots 

Cotton flannels 

Stripes and chambrays 

Plaids, shirtings, etc 

Cotton plaids, shirtings, etc 

Yarns and colored plaids and shirtings.. 

Cheviots, shirtings and hickory 

Staple ginghams 

Cotton plaids 

Canton flannels .- 

Yarns 

Ginghams, flannels, plaids, etc 

Fancy dress goods 

Underwear and hosiery yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Underwear and hosiery yarns 

! Yarns 

I Cotton yarns. 

Yarn 

Cotton yarn — 

Chambrays. 

Bed spreads and yarns 

Fine yarns 

Yarns 

Sheeting and drills 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarn and table damask 

Outings, dress ginghams and course 

yarns 

Sheetings 

Yarns 

Fancy cotton goods 

Bleaching and finishing cotton goods 

Ginghams, chambrays, shirtings and 

yarns... — 

Hosiery yarns 

No. 12 hosiery. 

Yarn and damask 

Towels and Sheetings 

Cotton yarns 

Hosiery yarn 

Yarns 

30s carded and combed hosiery yarns... 

Yarns 

Yarns 



*Same as last year. 



ISuccessors to Alspaugh. 



§Began operating November, 1918. 



Cotton Mills 



45 



Manufactured, Equipment, Etc. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw 
Material 
Used- 
Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


6,500 
19,104 
6,656 


285 
817 
435 
200 
236 


22 
48 
20 
15 




400 
1,200 
350 
255 
129 
450 
60 
350 


1,000,000 

1,750,000 

819,253 

654,389 

560,000 

1,272,000 


% 


290 
308 
308 
282 


1 


steam and electric 


1,250,000 
550,000 
270,000 
600,000 
780,000 


2 
3 


4,368 




4 




electric 

electric 




13,768 


43 


205 
301 
300 


6 






7 


9,180 




20 


electric 


1,400,000 


725,000 


8 


3,400 


140 
355 
112 
100 
200 
110 
576 
200 
156 
270 


9 


4,960 


21 
15 




425 
300 
150 
300 
400 
500 
300 
175 
320 
300 

1,000 
800 
250 
100 
260 
240 
600 


1,500 
600 
700 
350 
600 
950 
300 
250 

800 
450 

1,500 
250 

1,700 
250 
115 
1,000 
6,000 
100 
100 
200 
200 
270 
300 i 


1,440,000 


1,200,000 


305 
305 
310 
310 
310 
310 


10 


4,104 


steam 

water and steam 

water and steam 


11 


2,208 


728,000 
1,012,000 
2,000,000 


236,000 

460,000 

545,000 

1,400,000 


12 


6,712 




13 


8,528 




14 


10,784 




electric 

water and steam 


15 


8,000 


25 
10 
26 
"25 
71 
36 
28 
6 
33 
19 
24 


16 


3,584 


400,000 


200,000 


290 
300 
300 


17 


3,064 


steam 

electric 

steam and water 

steam, water, and electric... 


18 


7,462 


1,000,000 




19 


20,988 


688 
500 




20 


13,792 
5,760 


900,000 
900,000 


750,000 
469,889 


298 


21 


2,000 




water 

steam 

steam 


300 


23 


7,200 




1,200,000 

800,000 

1,200,000 

164,322 

5,000,000 

1,776,568 

2,800,000 

260,000 

4,000,000 

3,006,455 

1,650,000 

1,080,000 

1,755,500 


607,782 

275,900 

600,000 

1,000,000 

3,000,000 

949,000 

150,000 

70,000 

1,700 

1,436,000 

500,000 

650,000 

600,000 


•>4 


6,048 




295 
300 
300 


?5 


14,000 




26 


10,000 




electric 


27 


24,000 




72 
38 
40 
13 


28 


11,640 
5,712 
8,000 


433 
132 


electric 

electric 

water 

electric 

water 


305 
292 
260 
295 
304 
300 


29 
30 
31 


10,440 




32 


15,000 
5,000 


456 


60 
24 
14 

40 


33 

34 


4,248 


66 

486 
542 


electric 

electric _ 


35 


15,916 
28,000 


300 
300 


36 
37 


30,000 


50 
76 


electric 


10,500 




38 


27,000 


636 


1,000,000 


250 
14 

300 
290 


39 




electric 

electric and steam 

electric 

electric ' 

electric 


40 


34,996 


996 


79 
17 
14 
54 

8" 
10 
10 
18 
13 
12 ■ 


3,000,000 
1,000,000 




41 


3,052 


450,000 


A'>, 


2,016 




43 


13,184 
14,500 


200 
5,000 


2,250,000 
23,100,000 
345,450 
625,000 
500,000 
864,000 
850,314 
568,381 


1,500,000 
11,000,000 
150,000 
250,000 
290,000 
406,700 
172,648 
149,797 


300 

295 
305 
290 
300 
300 
289 
293 


44 

45 


3,712 




46 


4,000 






47 


5,120 






48 


5,000 






49 


5,000 




steam 

steam 


50 


6.720 




51 



46 



JN^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Moore Cotton Mill Co 

Whitnel Cotton Mill Co 

tWatts Cotton Mill Co ... 

Rhodhiss Mfg. Co 

Brookford Mills Co.. 

fYount Cotton Mills 

Granite Falls Mfg. Co 

Ivey Mill Co.... ; 

A. A. Shuford Mill 

Long Island Cotton Mills 

Carolina Cotton Mills 

Maiden Cotton Mills 

Providence Cotton Mills 

Union Cotton Mills 

Turner Mills Co i 

Catawba Cotton Mills 

Clyde Mill Co 

Newton Cotton Mills 

M. M. Odell Mfg. Co 

Hadley-Peoples Mfg. Co 

Edenton Cotton INIills. 

Bonnie Cotton Mills. 

♦Cora Cotton Mills 

Billing Cotton Mills... ... 

•Kings Mountain Mfg. Co. ... 

tMason Cotton Mills Co 

fMountain View Mills 

Pauline Mills 

Phcenix Mfg. Co 

Sevier Cotton Mills Co ' 

Cleveland Mills and Power Co. 

Belmont Cotton Mills Co 

Buffalo Mfg. Co 

Double Shoals Cotton Mill... 

Ella Mfg. Co 

Lily Mill and Power Co 

Shelby Cotton Mills. 

Necronsett Mills. 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 

Puritan Mills Co 

Tolar, Hart & Holt Mills 

Victory Mfg. Co 

Rockfish Mills 

Dacotah Cotton Mills 

Erlanger Cotton Mills Co 

Nokomis Cotton Mills 

Wennonah Cotton Mills Co... 

Amazon Cotton Mills 

Jewel Cotton Mills 

Southern Finishing Mills 

Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 3 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 



Lenoir. 

Lenoir.. 

Patterson 

Rhodhiss 

Brookford 

Conover 

Hickory. 

Hickory 

Hickory 

Long Island 

Maiden 

Maiden. 

Maiden 

Maiden 

Monbo.. 

Newton 

Newton 

Newton 

Pittsboro 

Siler City 

Edenton 

Kings Mountain. 
Kings Mountain. 
Kings Mountain. 
Kings Mountain. 
Kings Mountain. 
Kings Mountain. 
Kings Mountain. 
Kings Mountain. 
Kings Mountain. 

Lawndale. 

Shelby 

Shelby 

Shelby 

Shelby... 

Shelby 

Shelby 

Cumberland 

Fayetteville 

Fayette ville 

Fayetteville 

Fayetteville 

Hope Mills 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Thomasville 

Thomas ville 

Thomasville 

Cooleemee 

Durham 



Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both. 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning- 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 



Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning. - 
S. and W.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 



Both. 
Both. 



Yarns 

Yarns 

Combed hosiery yarns 

Sheetings and drills 

Wide Convertibles 

Warps, skeins, tubes and cones 

Coarse yarns _ _. 

Satteens 

Coarse yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Yarns 

Yarn _ 

Yarns 

Plaid 

Yarns _ 

Yarns 

Yarns and canton flannel 

Hosiery yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns - 

Yarns 

Warp, skein and tube yarns 

Yarns 

Single and ply yarns 

Warps and skeins 

Carded yarn 

Table covers and napkins 

Cotton drills 

Cones, tubes, skeins, and warp 

Yarn, warp, and twine.. 

Yarn 

Yarns... 

Cotton twine 

Print Cloth 

Yarns 

Pajama checks and yarn 

Combed yarns 

White and colored weaving yarns 

Fancy gingham 

H osiery yarns 

Print cloths and flag scrim 

Fine yarns (cotton) i. 

Colored chambrays and cheviots 

Dimity, print cloth, and yarn 

Pajama cloths 

Shirting, chambrays 

Hosiery and underwear, combed yarns. 

Combed yarns 

Finish for trade 

Cantons, tickings, and colored cloths.. 
Sheetings and thread 



'Same as last year. tNew mill. 

tSuccessor to Klotho Cotton Mills. 



Cotton Mills 



47 



Continued 



Number ( Number Number 
Spindles Looms Cards 



Power 



5,376 

6,272 

4,218 

15,000 

19,792 

12,400 

4,644 

15,360 

4,696 

6,000 

7,200 

8,240 

4,048 

10,480 

10,560 

7,168 

5,120 

10,700 

6,042 

9,076 

22,384 

8,320 

21,000 

16,036 

5,424 

7,300 

6,220 

2,376 

13,380 

4,896 i 

5,500 

3,600 

3,584 

3,200 

5,000 
15,360 
10,000 

9,984 
10,192 
15,048 
14,336 
13,240 
17,472 
46,000 
15,296 
12,528 
12,528 
12,480 



606 



400 



200 



70 
400 



241 



250 



459 



520 

1,100 

372 

338 



Number 
Horse- 
power 



12 I steam. 

13 I steam. 



250 
250 



Approxi- I 

mate j Days in 

Amount i Estimated I Ojjera- | 

Raw Yearly ' tion No. 

Material Output During 

Used— , Year 

Pounds I I 



599,840 % 128,584 
760,912 168,923 



289 
286 



57 ' water and steam 

43 i steam, water, and electric. 



750 
1,000 



2,859,235 
2,800,000 



1,553,000 



22 
32 
26 
40 
20 
34 
37 
30 
36 
48 
114 
25 
50 
56 



30 electric 

20 ! electric 

30 electric 

17 1 water. 

10 ] electric 

26 i electric 

10 ; electric 

18 electric 

water.. 

14 electric 

13 steam and electric 
49 steam and electric. 

20 water .- 

24 steam 

62 electric 

31 electric and steam. 
56 steam and electric. 
24 steam and electric. 

11 electric 

electric 



500 
400 
300 
250 



3,000,000 
600,000 

2,369,481 
863,245 
600,000 



750,000 
200,000 
700,000 
356,202 
400,000 



304 
300 



370 
300 
250 
100 
300 
300 
350 
1,000 
250 
800 
500 
150 



593,250 I 

750,000 

600,000 

600,000 

3,000,000 

75,000 

3,000,000 

1,700,000 

1,200,000 

2,340,000 



102,580 
450,000 
325,000 
375,000 
1,500,000 
325 
350,000 
708,000 
550,000 
255,000 



304 
304 
304 
300 
300 
310 
310 
279 
300 
290 



306 
310 
312 
302 
310 
310 



540,000 



110,000 



300 



47,360 
26,496 



1,296 

568 



163 
46 



electric - 125 

steam and electric- 600 

steam j 300 

water, steam, and electric. .-j 350 

electric 

steam and water 175 

water and steam 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric -- 

electric 

steam 

water.. 

electric 

electric 

steam and electric 

steam and electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 20 

steam, water, and electric... 2,000 
steam and electric \ 2,410 



500,000 I 350,000 
2,400,000 j 1,400,000 
1,400,000 i 440,000 
1,900,000 I 900,000 

540,000 I 



310 
305 



450 
300 
650 
700 
400 
400 
500 
650 
500 
800 
2,000 
450 
550 
350 



8,100 

1,500,000 

800,000 

1,600,000 



600,000 
750,000 



2,500,000 
1,000,000 I 
1,425,000 ! 
2,000,000 
1,250,000 
1,860,000 
6,000,000 
900,000 
1,250,000 [ 
3,000,000 ! 



1,008,750 

1,000,000 

748,800 

500,000 

750,000 

1,125,000 

3,500,000 

500,000 

750,000 

1,000,000 



310 
300 
310 

300 
292 
300 



52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

74 

75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

81 

82 

83 

84 

85 

86 

87 



7,594,501 

1,800,000 



1,400,000 
750,000 



300 
300 
304 
278 
301 ^ 
304 I 98 
310 j 99 

! 100 

150 ' 101 
300 [ 102 
307 : 103 



48 



]SrORTH CaKOLINA LaBOR STATISTICS 



Table No. 2 — 




104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 

120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 



Durham Cotton Mfg. Co. 

Pearl Cotton Mills _.. 

Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 1 

Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 4 

Erwin Cotton Mills Bleachery 

Fountain Cotton Mills 

Hart Cotton Mill, Inc 

Ajista Mills Co 

•Arista Mills, Southside 

Inverness Mills Co 

Chatham Mfg. Co 

•Sterling Cotton Mills 

The Chronicle Mills 

Climax Spinning Co 

Imperial Yarn Mills 

Majestic Mfg. Co 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

I *"' 
I Weaving 
I or 

Spinning 
and 

Weaving? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



East Durham Both 

East Durham ' Both 

West Durham | Both. 

West Durham Both 

West Durham Bleaching. 

Tarboro Spinning.. 

Tarboro Both 

Winston-Salem Both 

Winston-Salem Both 

Winston-Salem '< Both 

Winston-Salem ! Both 

Franklinton Spinning.. 

Belmont Spinning.. 

Belmont Spinning.. 



National Yarn Mill 

Atlas Mfg. Co 

Gambrill & Melville Mills Co.. 

Huss Mfg. Co 

Osage Mfg. Co 

Cherryville Mfg. Co 

Gaston Mfg. Co 

Howell Mfg. Co 

Melville Mfg. Co 

, Vivian Cotton Mills 

j Dorothy Mfg. Co 

Arlington Cotton Mills 

Armstrong Cotton Mills Co... 

The Avon Mills 

Clara Mfg. Co 

Dunn Mfg. Co 

Flint Mfg. Co... 

Gastonia Cotton ilfg. Co 

Gray Mfg. Co 

I Groves Mills, Inc 

! Hanover Thread Mills... 

Loray Mills.. 

Modena Cotton Mills 

Monarch Cotton Mills Co 

Morowebb Cotton Mills Co._. 

Mountain View Mills 

Mutual Cotton Mills Co 

JMyrtle Mills, Inc 

Osceola Mills, Inc 

Ozark Mills 

Parkdale Mills, Inc 

Piedmont Spinning Mills Co.. 

Pinkney Mills, Inc 

Ranlo Mfg. Co. 

Rex Spinning Co 

Seminole Cotton Mills Co 



Belmont. 
Belmont. 



Belmont 

Bessemer City 

Bessemer City 

Bessemer City 

Bessemer City 

Cherryville 

Cherryville 

Cherryville. 

Cherryville _ . 

Cherryville 

Dallas 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia... 

Gastonia 

Gastonia _. 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia... _. 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia... 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 



Spinning. 
Spinning.. 

.Spinning.. 
Spinning-. 

Both 

Both 

S. and W.. 
Spinning.. 
Both 



Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning. - 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning-. 



Ginghams, shirtings, and chambrays 

Standard wide sheetings.. 

Sheets and pillow cases 

Wide sheetings, etc.. 

Bleach sheeting 

Hosiery yarn 

Warp and sheeting 

Blue chambray 

Drills .' 

Sheeting 

Woolen blankets.. 

Cotton yarns and ropes 

Cotton yarns 

Combed yarns 

Yarn 

Combed Sea Island and combed Peeler 

yarns 

Combed yarn 

Yarns 

Sheeting and yarns 

Table cloths and duck 

Sheetings 

Yarn 

8 yd sheetings 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Warp twist and duck yarns 

Skeins and warps 

Combed cotton yarns 

Combed yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Combed yarns 

Combed yarns 

Combed yarns 

Cotton bunting, etc , 

Combed yarns 

High grade combed peeler yarns 

Cotton yarns. 

Sheetings, drills, and print cloths 

Cotton yarns 

Combed yarns 

Combed yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Peeler combed yarns 

Yarns, carded 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns - 

Thread yarns 

Combed peeler yarns 

Fine combed yarns... 

Cotton duck 

Cotton yarns 

Combed peeler yarns.. 



*Sanie as last year. 



JNot yet in operation. 



Cotton Mills 



49 



Continued 



Number 
Spindles 



23,984 
10,784 
25,088 
50,000 



Power 



820 

240 

903 

1,030 




224 



240 



1,660 



steam and electric 

electric 

electric 

steam and electric. 

electric 

steam 

steam and electric. 

steam 

steam and electric. 

electric 

steam 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 



Approxi- 
mate 
Number Amount 



Horse- 
power 



Raw 
Material 
Used- 
Pounds 



Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 



38 





400 






200 
155 







40 



electric 

electric 

steam and electric, 
steam and electric 
steam and electric 

steam 

electric 
electric 
electric 
electric 
electric 
electric 

electric 

electric 

steam and electric. 

electric : 

electric 

electric 

steam and electric, 

electric 

electric 

electric — 

steam and electric, 
steam and electric. 

electric 

steam 

electric and water. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam and electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 

electric 



1,000 
400 

1,200 

2,533 
163 
300 
700 
500 
450 
500 
450 

1,000 ; 

450 
700 
400 

350 
550 
250 
450 
200 
550 



700 
300 
375 
400 
400 
700 
400 



1,884,325 '■$ 

933,850 i 
6,625,532 j.. 
7,845,332 \ 
7,031,195 i- 
1,168,860 ' 
1,638,000 \ 
1,006,836 
1,900,000 ; 
840,000 ] 
700,000 
4,000,000 
4,000,000 ; 
1,500,000 
704,000 I 

782,000 
1,285,600 
1,500,000 j 
1,635,640 
560,000 
1,078,000 j 
1,125,000 ' 
350,000 
600,000 j 
696,000 1 
1,000,000 j 
500,000 
100,000 



1,250,000 
360,000 



1,250,000 



Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 



No. 



437,447 
700,000 
600,000 
315,000 
350,000 

1,000,000 
500,000 
850,000 

1,250,000 
650,000 

635,000 

1,000,000 

750,000 



350,000 
593,000 
900,000 
200,000 

350,000 
500,000 



706,116 



450 
200 
,000 
600 
350 



1,000,000 
1,000,000 
1,000,000 
1,240,000 
250,000 



1,000,000 
566,000 
449,620 
633,000 
716,000 

1,000,000 
500,000 

1,000,000 
732,000 
340,000 



200 
302 



400 
750 
225 
200 
300 



600 
575 



1,500,000 

750,000 
240,000 
988,000 



650,000 
621,000 
440,000 
125,000 
572,000 



302 
300 
302 
299 
299 
303 
312 
300 
300 
306 
300 
300 
300 
306 
300 

308 
300 



104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 

119 
120 
310 121 
122 
123 
124 
125 



310 
290 
300 ^ 
310 1 126 
300 I 127 



282 
300 
310 



310 
310 
310 
310 



128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 



300 , 136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 

I 144 

156 j 145 
305 i 146 

147 



306 
310 



1,300,000 
1,149,713 
1,115,950 
245,000 
400,000 
140,000 
642,632 
936,000 



460,000 
642,884 
824,601 



400,000 
84,000 
400,000 
700,000 



336 


148 


300 


149 




1.50 


310 


151 


216 


152 


90 


153 


302 


154 




1,5,5 



Dept. Labor, 1918—4 



50 



jSTorth Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 



No.l 



MiU 



A. M. Smyre Mfg. Co 

Spencer Mountain Mills 

Trenton Cotton Mills 

High Shoals Co 

The Arrow Mills 

Peerless Mfg. Co.. 

♦McAden Cotton Mills. 

Mays Mills 

Albion Cotton Mills 

Mims Mfg. Co 

Mount Holly Cotton Mills Co. 

Tuckaseege Mfg. Co 

Woodlawn Mfg. Co 

Lloyd Mills, Inc... 

tLola Mtg. Co... 

Harden Mfg. Co 

Oxford Cotton Mills 

Gem Cotton Mills 

Minneola Mfg. Co 

Pomona Mills 

Proximity Mfg. Co 

Proximity Print Works 

Revolution Cotton Mills 

White Oak Cotton Mills. 

Highland Cotton Mills.. 

Pickett Cotton Mills 

Oakdale Cotton Mill 

tWhite Mfg. Co 

Roanoke Mills Co 

Rosemary Mfg. Co 

Patterson Mills Co 

Shaw Cotton Mills 

Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 2 

Green River Mfg. Co 

Raeford Power and Mfg. Co.. 

Turner Mills Co 

Dixie Cotton Mill Co 

Mooresville Cotton Mills 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or_ 
Spinning 

and 
W'eaving? 



Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Both 



Gastonia 

Gastonia 

Gastonia 

High Shoals.. 

Lincolnton ' Spinning.. 

Lowell Spinning.. 

McAdenville Spinning.. 

Maj^orth.. .1 Spinning.. 

Mount Holly Spinning.. 

Mount Holly I Spinning.. 

Mount Holly Spinning.. 

Mount Holly .j Spinning.. 

j\Iount Holly ' Spinning.. 

Stanley ! Spinning.. 

Spinning.. 

Spinning.. 



Stanley 

Worth 

Oxford I Spinning. 

Gibsonville ._ Spinning., 

Gibsonville ' Both 

Greensboro ..' Both. 

Greensboro Both 

Greensboro. 



Greensboro 

Greensboro I 

High Point. 

High Point 

Jamestown I 

Kimesville ' 

Roanoke Rapids..' 
Roanoke Rapids.. 

Rosemary 

Weldon 

Duke 

Tuxedo 

Raeford 

East Monbo 

Mooresville 

Mooresville 



Both 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

S. and W.. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning- 
Spinning.. 
Spinning., 
Spinning., 
Both 



Bloomfield Mfg. Co 

Paola Cotton Mills 

Statesville Cotton Mills. 

Stimpson-Steele 

Clayton Cotton Alills... 

Liberty Mills Co 

Ethel Cotton Mills 

Lizzie Cotton Mills 

Selma Cotton Mills 

Ivanhoe Mfg. Co 

Sanford Cotton Mill 

Caswell Cotton Mills 

Kinston Cotton Mill 



Spinning. 



States'ville 

Statesville 

Statesville ' 

Turnersburg Both 

Clayton Spinning.. 

Clayton Spinning..' 

Selma Spinning.. 

Selma Spinning.. 

Selma Spinning.. 

Smithfield Spinning.. 

Sanford Both 

Kinston Spinning.. 

Kinston Spinning..! 



Class of Goods Maniifactured 



Fine comb yarn . 

Damask, napkins and towels . 

Fine combed yarns 

Sheetings and knitting yarns. 

Yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Weaving and knitting, yarns and threads 

Combed yarns 

Chain warps and skeins 

Carded yarns and cords 

Regular chain warps 

Combed yarns 

Combed yarns 

Carded yarns 

Warps, skeins, tubes, and cones . 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Single yarns 

Outing flannels 

Cloths and cotton yarns 

Denims 

Printing indigo, discharged drills and 

khakis 

Cotton flannels 

Denims 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Yarns and drill. 

Single and ply weaving yarns 

Outing cloths — 

Cotton damasks 

Fancy ginghams 

Hosiery splicing yarn on cones 

Denims.. 

Yarns 

Hosiery 

Yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Napped goods and ginghams, duck and 

driU.. 

Cones, skeins, warps, etc 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Skein yarn 

Yarns. 

Cotton yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Yarns 

Sheeting 

Hosiery yarns 

Hosiery yams 



•Same as last year. fNew Mill. tSuceessors to Stanley Mfg. Co. ffSix months. 



Cotton Mills 



51 



Continued 


Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw 
Material 
Used- 
Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


10,336 




23 
14 
25 

24 


electric .- 

electric _ 


400 
250 
350 
650 


192,363 

750,000 

1,000,000 

2,000,000 

tt580,000 

454,488 

3,000,000 

500,000 

600,000 

1,050,000 

400,000 

675,000 

750,000 

208,600 


S 500,000 
375,000 
660,000 
950,000 
800,000 
192,924 
850,000 
2,000,000 
325,000 
200,000 
280,000 




156 


7,072 
8,448 


112 


300 
300 
304 


157 

158 


18,000 


540 




159 


12,000 




IfiO 


18,000 




12 


electric 


165 
1,000 
2,400 
200 
400 
150 
240 
400 
138 
150 


300 
300 
300 
300 
300 
280 
300 
300 


161 


69,388 


350 


16'^ 


50,000 


200 
15 

■: 

14 
16 
10 
12 
18 
34 
24 
49 
70 
249 

208 
220 
322 
102 
24 
38 
16 




163 


4,160 




electric -.- 


164 


8,080 




165 


3,568 






166 


5,040 




water.. 

electric 


167 


10,080 




200,000 
104,300 


IfiS 


3,290 




298 169 


4,160 




steam 




170 


6,048 






1 


171 


6,120 






400 

300 

1,000 

1,100 

3,500 

150 
3,500 
4,000 
1,165 


3,150,000 
815,200 
1,584,973 
2,500,000 
11,244,624 

3,550,030 
9,000,000 
15,426,879 


1,500,000 
347,406 
795,000 

1,500,000 


302 
310 


17? 


8,544 






17^ 


17,066 


616 

650 
1,600 

1,600 
2,048 
2,000 




295 ' 174 


24,416 
53,000 


steam and electric. 

steam and electric 


306 175 
296 176 


52,000 






296 , 177 


71,000 




3,500,000 


300 ' 178 


60,000 




296 179 


23,760 


electric 


811,574 


180 


14,336 


336 


310 • 181 


6,850 




450 








182 
183 
184 


5,580 


842 

1,166 

624 










29,808 




1,600 

1,725 

550 


3,921,450 

4; 472, 787 
1,494,034 


2,000,000 

2,500,000 

894,404 


* 310 


44,528 
20,160 
10,000 


138 
28 


electric 

electric 


309 : 185 
302 186 

310 187 


35,040 


1,024 


176 
20 




2,100 
450 


8,804,912 
675,000 


500,000 


301 188 


8,000 




300 189 








300 190 


10,560 




19 

34 

136 
14 
14 
61 
6 
28 
18 
20 
28 
33 
60 
32 
42 




500 


616,556 
1,250,000 

4,426,218 


174,277 
480,000 

1,630,000 
300,000 


302 191 


7,200 






300 192 


37,500 
5,300 


1,200 


• 

electric 

electric 


1,800 
250 


300 ; 193 
310 ' 194 


10,752 




95,000 


300 i 195 


13,068 






500 
160 
500 
300 

300 
750 
600 
380 
350 




299 1 196 


1,600 







175,000 
1,395,000 
1,187,969 
1,297,000 

995,000 
1,435,200 
3,000,000 
1,750,000 
2,000,000 
1,804,652 


105,000 
400,000 
392,713 
416,860 
330,632 
500,905 


288 ' 197 


10,240 




steam 

steam... 

electric 

electric 


299 198 


5,100 




ogg 199 


8,160 




310 200 


10,560 




310 ' 201 


10,480 




302 202 


22,320 






300 203 


13,824 
16,200 


478 


electric 

steam 

steam 


1,000,000 

1,000,000 

745,826 


; 204 

290 ' 205 


17,000 




285 206 



62 



XoRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 



Mill 



PostofBce 



Elm Grove Cotton Mill 

Eureka Mfg. Co 

Indian Creek Mfg. Co 

Laboratory Cotton Mills 

Lincoln Cotton Mill 

Long Shoals Cotton Mills Co. 
Rhodes Mfg. Co 



Rolin Mfg. Co.._ 

John Rudisill Mfg. Co 

Saxony Spinning Co 

*Wampum Cotton Mills 

♦Clinchfield Mfg. Co 

Cross Cotton Mills Co 

Marion Mfg. Co 

Capitola Mfg. Co 

Atherton Mills 

Earnhardt Mfg. Co 

Belbro Mills, Inc 

Chadwiok-Hoskins Co 

Elizabeth Mills Co 

Fidelity Mfg. Co 

Highland Park Mfg. Co 

Johnston Mfg. Co 

Magnolia Mills 

Mecklenburg Mfg. Co 

Robinson Mfg. Co.._ 

Savona Mfg. Co 

jGlenn-Lowery Mfg. Co 

Cornelius Cotton Mills 

Gem Yarn Mill 

Delburg Cotton Mill 

Linden Mfg. Co _.. 

Anchor Mills 

Thrift Mfg. Co 

Chadwick-Hoskins, No. 5 -. 

Francis Cotton Mills 

Capelsie Cotton Mills 

Smitherman Cotton Mills... 

•High Falls Mfg. Co 

Vass Cotton Mill Co 

Rocky Mount Mill 

Bellwill Cotton Mills 



Lincolnton 

Lincolnton 

Lincolnton 

Lincolnton, No. 6. 

Lincolnton 

Lincolnton 

Lincolnton. -- 



Lincolnton 

Lincolnton 

Lincolnton _. 

Lincolnton 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marshall 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

North Charlotte. 

Charlotte. 

Charlotte 

Charlotte. -- 

Charlotte 

N. Charlotte 

Cornelius 

Cornelius 

Davidson 

Davidson 

Hunters ville 

Paw Creek 

Pineville 

Biscoe 

Troy 

Troy 

High Falls 

Vass 

Rocky Mount 



Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and I 
Weaving? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Spinning. 
Spinning- 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Both 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Weaving. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Both 

Both 

Weaving. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Both...... 

Spinning. 



Spinning.. 



Wilmington i Both. 



Delgado Mills Wilmington ; Both. 

Bellevue Mfg. Co i Hillsboro i Both. 

Eno Cotton Mills j Hillsboro I Both. 



Elizabeth City Cotton Mills.. | EliEabeth City 

Laura Cotton Mills i Roxboro 

Roxboro & Longhurst Cotton 
Mills I Roxboro 



Spinning. 
Spinning. 

Spinning. 



Yarns 

Waste yarns and founders 

Warps, skeins, and cones 

Yarns 

Yarns - 

Single yarns - 

Duck, also shelter tent duck for govern- 
ment - 

Cotton yarns 

Combed cotton yarns 

Combed and carded peeler yarns 

Wide print cloths 

Knitting yarns 

Wide print cloths 

Cotton yarn 

Warps, skeins, tubes, and cones 

Cotton balls and felts 

Tubes and cones 

Fine sheetings - 

Yarns 

Damask 

Ginghams 

Combed and carded yarns 

Hosiery splicing yarns 

Print cloths 

H osiery yarns 

Towels, napkins, and other specialties.. 

Print cloths 

Ginghams and ohambrays 

Yarns - 

H osiery yarns 

Hosiery and undressed yarns 

Ginghams 

Print cloth and gauze 

White sheetings. 

Cotton yarns 

Yarns 

Outings 

Weaving yarns on tube and skeins 

Hosiery and knitting yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Fancy ginghams, dress goods and oham- 
brays 

Dress ginghams 

Cotton cheviots 

Cotton shirtings 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns 



Cotton yarns 



*Same as last year. 



tNew mill. 



Cotton Mills 



53 



Continued 



Number 
Looms 



Number 
Cards 



Power 



600 
840 



20 
2,300 



52 
,500 



! steam 

4 '• steam 

8 I steam and water. 

12 ' water 

14 : electric 

26 I water 



218 




340 


26 


224 


18 




19 
22 






22 


400 


31 


594 


56 


312 




24 
16 
20 




236 




24 




11 

72 




353 


14 


583 


40 


200 


16 


632 


77 




32 
15 






106 



25 electric 

6 ' steam 

5 water and steam... 

14 ; steam 

30 steam 

32 steam 

36 steam 

60 ' steami 

10 j water 

24 I steam and electric. 

I electric 

12 j electric 

200 steam and electric. 

19 steam and electric. 

19 steam and electric. 

104 ! electric 

46 I electric 

9 ! steam 

26 i steam 

electric 

electric 



steam and electric, 
steam and electric- 
electric 

electric 

steam and electric. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam and water... 
electric and steam., 

water 

electric 

steam and water... 



steam 

electric and steam. 

steam 

steam and electric, 
steam 

water and steam... 



electric I 5,000,000 





54 



NoETH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 




Greenville Cotton Mills i Greenville 

Central Falls Mills - ■ Asheboro 

Enterprise Mfg. Co - Coleridge 

Sapona Cotton Mills J Cedar Falls— 

Franklinville Mfg. Co Franklinville. 

Randolph Mfg. Co ! Franklinville. 

Columbia Mfg. Co Ramseur 

Deep River Mills, Inc I Randleman.— 

Riverside Mills.. Worthville 

Entwistle JIfg. Co... ! Rockingham. 

Great Falls Mfg. Co Rockingham. 

Hannah Pickett Mills Rockingham. 

Leak, Wall & McRae Rockingham. 

Ledbetter Mfg. Co... Rockingham. 

Pee Dee Mfg. Co Rockingham. 

Roberdel Mfg. Co Rockingham. 

Steele's Mills Rockingham. 

Dresden Cotton Mills Lumberton... 

Jennings Cotton Mill Lumberton... 

Lumberton Cotton Mills Lumberton... 

National Cotton Mill, Inc. Lumberton... 

Red Springs Cotton Mill Co... Red Springs.. 
Advance Mfg. Co St. Paul 



Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

Both. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning., 

Both 

Both 

Both. 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning., 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Weaving. 



Cape Fear Cotton Mills Co St. Pauls 

Ernaldson Mfg. Co i St. Pauls 

St. Pauls Cotton Mills St. Pauls 

JDraper-Wearwell Blanket 

and Sheeting Mills.. Draper 

Mayo Mills. -.: Mayodan 

Edna Cotton Mills ReidsviUe 

Leaksville Cotton Mills. Spray 

Lily Mill Spray 

Morehead Cotton Mills Co , Spray 

Nantucket Mill Spray 

Rhode Island Mill Spray... 

Spray Cotton Mills Spray 

Patterson Mfg. Co China Grove. 

Corriher Mills Co.. Landis 

Linn Mills Co Landis 

Barringer Mfg. Co Rockwell 

Ivy Damask Mill, Inc Salisbury Weaving. 

Jamack Cotton Mills. Salisbury | Weaving. 

Kesler Mfg. Co Salisbury... J Both 

Marsh Cotton Mills, Inc Salisbury ' Both 

Princeton Cotton Mills .— Salisbury.. Both 

Salisbury Cotton Mills.. Salisbury .! Both 

Vance Cotton Mills. Salisbury Spinning. 

Henrietta Mills Caroleen... [ Both 

Cliffside Mills CUffside '' Both 

§Alexander Mfg. Co Forest City ..[ Spinning. 

Florence Mills Forest City .1 Both 



Spinning.. 
S. and K.. 
Spinning.. 



Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both , 

Both 

Spinning. 

Both 

Both , 

Spinning. 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



'Same as last year. 



JSame as German-American Mills. 



Knitting yarns. 

Yarn 

Duck yarns 

Yarns... 

Sheetings 

Sheeting and driU 

Sheeting. 

Plaids, drills, etc 

Sheetings and drills 

Print cloths — - 

Shirtings, twills, duck and rope 

Print cloths 

Tickings 

Coarse yarns, cotton 

Plaids and shirtings 

Heavy plaids and ginghams 

Print cloths 

Hosiery and underwear yarns 

Hosiery and undeiTNear yarns 

Hosiery and weaving yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Hosiery yarns . 

Army duck for manufacture of leg- 
gings 

Army duck. - 

Knit goods "Tubing" 

Hosiery yarns 

Cotton blankets and sheeting 

Hosiery and underwear yarns. 

Three-leaf twills 

Colored cotton fabrics 

Ginghams and outings 

Yarns 

Gingham and outings. 

Cotton blankets 

Yarns 

Hosiery yarns and sheetings 

Yarn 

Yarns 

Yarns 

Cotton table damask 

Damask table cloths 

Sheetings. 

Table damask and towels 

Table damask.. 

Colored cloth .- 

Warps and yarns •. 

Yarns 

Staple and standard ginghams 

Hosiery yarns 

Cheviot and flannel 

§To begin operation January, l9l9. 



Cotton Mills 



55 



Continued 














Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


j 

Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw 
Material 
Used- 
Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 

Opera- 
tion No. 

During 
Year 


6,280 
4,256 
3,000 




32 
15 
11 




250 

250 
525 
300 
350 
285 
350 

1,000 
300 
900 
500 
750 
500 
300 
450 
800 

1,100 
500 
800 

1,000 
500 
200 

50 
175 
100 

800 

1,500 
1,500 
1,000 
350 
800 
350 
800 
700 
750 
528 


1,000,000 
744,000 
750,000 


$ 335,000 j 
250,000 i 
225,000 


302 
300 
300 
286 


255 






256 




electric 


257 


• 7,500 
5,568 
6,896 
11,280 
18,320 , 
5,672 
26,000 
10,080 
22,080 
10,000 
6,384 
9,600 
20,000 
35,584 
14,500 


108 
160 
200 
342 
878 
188 
600 
281 
500 
300 




258 


20 

19 I 

30 

84 ' 

21 

44 

37 

40 

31 

24 

36 

57 

64 

38 

61 

60 

24 

16 




700,000 

850,000 

1,067,180 

3,125,000 


375,000 

450,000 ', 

446,096 

1,250,000 : 


292 ; 259 




286 
301 
306 


260 




261 


steam and electric. 


262 
263 




1,466,896 
3,000,000 
2,000,000 
1,328,000 
1,000,000 
1,573,035 
2,000,000 
2,000,000 
1,500,000 
2,500,000 
2,962,001 
1,750,000 




309 
300 
300 
306 
300 
302 
306 
300 
280 
280 
280 


264 


steam, water, and electric... 


1,300,000 
1,200,000 


265 
266 


water, steam, and electric... 


267 


450,000 


268 


438 
849 
912 




269 


water, steam, and electric... 




270 


1,200,000 

675,000 

1,000,000 

1,214,229 


271 


electric - 

steam 


272 


16,800 
24,000 




273 




electric„ 


274 


15,600 
5,040 




275. 




electric 

electric -. 

electric - 

steam - 






276. 


30 


. . 

100,000 
1,000,000 

450,000 
1,800,000 

7,000,000 
4,000,000 
1,733,000 
1,656,114 
800,000 
1,300,000 
1,700,000 

, 2,000,000 
2,600,000 

j 2,783,456 


750,000 
500,000 
202,500 
900,000 

3,500,000 
2,100,000 
800,000 
850,000 
575,000 
500,000 
975,000 
1,000.000 
700,000 
975,229 


90 
290 
307 
310 

297 
260 
300 
294 
297 
302 
297 
296 
350 
309 


277' 


5,600 


14 

J 

156 
126 
40 
12 
33 
20 
42 
60 
71 
46 


278 


1,000 
19,200 

49,476 

24,696 

25,000 

5 824 




279 

280 


951 




281 




282 


540 
624 
500 




283 




284 


13,128 




285 


13,440 
17,578 
11,024 




286 


732 
2 




?87 




'>88 


25,968 


water and steam 


289 


11,056 


170 




290 






291 


9,812 




29 
15 




275 


2,500,000 




300 
300 
100 


292 


6,292 


24 
42 
528 
108 
36 
653 






293 




35 

35 

1,000 


30,000 


125,000 


2P4 








295 


27,456 


62 
14 
8 
68 
40 
239 
78 
27 
44 


electric 

electric 






310 

300 

300 
348 


296 


6,000 


250,000 

300,000 

3,500,000 

942,125 

8,000,000 

3,000,000 




297 


1,796 


electric 


125 
1,000 

400 
2,750 
2,200 


2,000,000 

288,000 

3,000,000 


■"18 


28,096 


electric 


299 


10,000 


1 electric 


300 


75,116 


1,789 
1,500 


water, steam, and electric... 


301 


41.280 


300 


302 


8,440 






303 


14,704 


382 


steam and electric 


550 


2,500,000 


1,080,000 


311 


304 



56 



JSToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 



No. 



305 
306 
307 
308 
309 
310 
311 
312 
313 
314 
315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 



Mill 



The Cleghorn Mills 

The Spencer Mills 

Ida Yarn Mill 

Richmond Cotton Mills_ 

Dickson Cotton Mills 

Scotland Cotton Mills 

Waverly Cotton Mill 

EfirdMfg. Co 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

Norwood Mfg. Co 

Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills 

Brevard Cotton Mills 

Everett Cotton Mills 

Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co — 

Jackson Mills Co 

Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills. 

Harriet Cotton Mills 

Henderson Cotton Mills.. -.-. 

Neuse Mfg. Co 

Caraleigh Mills Co 

Pilot Cotton Mills Co 

Raleigh Cotton Mills 

Royall Cotton Mills 

Peck Mfg. Co.. 

Borden Mfg. Co 

tBordon Mfg. Co., No. 2 

Wilson Cotton Mills Co 



PostoflRce 



Spindale. 

Spindale 

Laurel Hill... 
Laurel Hill... 
Laurinburg... 
Laurinburg... 
Laurinburg... 

Albemarle 

Albemarle 

Norwood 

Mount Airy.. 

Brevard 

Monroe 

Monroe 

Monroe 

Waxhaw 

Henderson 

Henderson 

Neuse 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Wake Forest. 

Warrenton 

Goldsboro 

Goldsboro 

Wilson 



Spinning 
or 

j Weaving 

or 
I Spinning 
] and 
' Weaving? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Spinning.. 
Spinning.. 

Both 

Both 

Both 

S. and W.. 
Spinning- 

Both 

Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 
Spinning. 



Fine combed yarns 

Fine combed yarns 

Cotton yarn 

Cotton yarns. 

Hosiery yarns _ 

Hosiery yarns 

Hosiery yarns 

Cotton yarns 

Cotton yarns 

H osiery yarns - — 

Yarns. 

Yarns 

Knitting yarn 

Cotton yarns 

Sheeting and blankets 

Hard yarns 

Hosiery yarns on cones and skeins. 

Hosiery yarn and plain sheeting 

Cotton duck and cotton drills 

Ginghams 

Colored chambray 

Hosiery yarns 

Shirtings, etc 

Yarns 

Y'arns. - 

Hosiery yarns on cones 

Hosiery yarn.. 



fNew mill. 



Cotton Mills 



57 



Continued 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw 
Material 
Used- 
Pounds 


Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 


Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 


6,528 
5,440 
3,952 
5 056 




20 
14 




400 


900,000 

900,000 

545,000 

425,000 

1,151,887 

825,000 

1,500,000 

4,700,000 

10,000,000 

900,000 

256,850 


S 130,000 

375,000 

175,000 

150,000 

500,000 

400,000 

700,000 

2,441,725 

4,000,000 

550,000 

80,000 




30,1 








30fi 




16 


electric and water 


175 
200 
450 
340 
675 
1,700 
4,000 
800 
100 
160 


300 
300 

312 
308 
308 
303 


307 




10 
42 
28 
58 
179 


electric and water 


308 


15 000 






309 


12 000 






310 


20,000 




electric 

steam and electric 


311 


40,000 




31 « 


85,000 
25,660 




313 




37 




305 
290 


314 


1,440 




18 
10 
6 
60 




315 


4,100 






31 fi 


2 500 




electric. . . 


400,000 
4,238,633 

700,000 

443,000 
10,180,000 
7,562 
1,013,004 
1,000,000 
2,147,338 
1,519,370 
3,000,000 

832,000 
2,500,000 






317 


10,000 

10,000 

6,256 






400 


1,765,382 
450,000 
300,000 

3,500,000 

3,000,000 
432,000 

1,250,000 
856,473 
668,000 


305 


318 


194 




319 


12 
118 

80 
22 

27 


steam 

steam and electric 


250 
2,015 
1,585 
325 
550 
600 
600 
700 
500 
700 


300 
300 
307 
280 


320 


56,352 




321 


43,392 
8,000 
12,480 


132 
216 

440 
425 


322 


water, steam, and electric... 


323 
324 


10,752 


41 
64 




306 
294 
308 


325 


14,160 




3?fi 


16,000 
5,520 


186 


52 
18 
71 
33 
21 




327 




500,000 
500,000 


328 


18,436 






300 


329 


8,000 




electric . 


330 


6,240 






300 


1,000,000 


280,000 


310 


331 











58 



!NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3 — Mills, Number of Hours 



No, 



8l 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 

35 ; 

36 

37 

38 : 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 ' 

45 ; 
46 
47 1 
48' 

49 i 

50 ' 
51 
52 
53 




Number Hours Worked 



Postoffice 



Holt, Gant & Holt Cotton Mfg. Co i Altamahaw 

Aurora Cotton Mills Burlington 

Elmira Cotton MiUs Co.. do 

Glencoe Mills do 

E. M. Holt Plaid Mills —.do. 

Hopedale Mill .., do 

Keystone Finishing Mills i do 

King Cotton Mills Corporation i do 

The Lakeside Mills do 

Ossipee Cotton Mills.. do 

Glen Raven Cotton Mills Glen Raven 

Alamance Cotton Mill Graham 

Belmont Cotton Mills do . 

Carolina Cotton Mills.. ' do 

Oneida Cotton Mills ; do 

Saxapahaw Cotton Mills do 

Sidney Cotton Mills do.. 

Travora Mfg. Co do 

Haw Mfg. Co Haw River 

•Holt Granite Mills Co.... do 

Virginia Cotton Mills Swepsonville 

Liledoun Mfg. Co Taylorsville 

tMiller Mfg. Co do 

Taylors\'ille Cotton Mills Co do 

Stony Point Mfg. Co Stony Point 

VVadesboro Cotton Mills Co Wadesboro 

Wadesboro Mfg. Co do 

Bladenboro Cotton Mills Bladenboro 

Ashe\'ille Cotton Mills .1 Asheville.. 

French Broail Mfg. Co j do 

Henry River Mfg. Co • Henry River 

Alpine Cottun Mills i Morganton 

E. A. Smith Mfg. Co.. Rhodhiss. 

Valdese Mfg. Co Valdese 

Brancord Mfg. Co. Concord... 

Brown Mfg. Co do 

Cabarrus Cotton Mills.. [ do 

Franklin Cotton Mills j' do 

Gibson Mfg. Co | do 

Kerr Bleaching and Finish. Works do 

Locke Cotton Mills Co do , 

Roberta Mfg. Co do 

§White-Parker Mill Co ..do 

Hartsell Mills Co do 

Cannon Mfg. Co Kannapolis 

Kindley Cotton Mills Mount Pleasant. 

Tuscarora Cotton Mills ! do 

Dudley Shoals Cotton Mills i Granite Falls 

Falls Mfg. Co ...'....do 

Hudson Cotton Mfg. Co i Lenoir 

Lenoir Cotton Mill I do 

Moore Cotton Mill Co do 

Whitnel Cotton Mill Co do 



Day 



Night ': Week 



10 



10 



*Same as last year. tSuccessors to Alspaugh. §Begin operating Nov. 1918. 



Cotton Mills 



59 



Worlced, Wages, When Paid, Etc. 



Employees 




When Paid 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly. 

weekly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 

weekly 

semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

daily.. 

weekly 

weekly 

semim onthly. 
semimonthly 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 

weekly 

semimonthly. 



What 
Per 
Cent 
Read 
and 
Write? 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mill 



85 
96 
95 
98 
97i 
95 
100 
75 

97i. 
97^^ 
92| 
87J 
87§ 
87i 
82J 
95 
97i 



850 
1,500 
900 
400 
357 
500 
350 
200 



600 
200 
240 
375 
450 
1,050 
500 
250 



No. 



100 



100 



100 
871 
75 
82§ 
93|| 
95 
82*i 



700 

800 

200 

35 

300 

200 

300 

620 

1,200 

1,200 

600 

250 




1,500 
350 

1,800 
150 



10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
■i2 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 



1.20 


4.00 


1.75 


5.00 


1.60 


2.25 


1.85 


4.00 


1.50 


2.40 


1.75 


2.00 


1.25 


2.00 


4.30 




1.50 


1.70 


1.60 


1.75 



1.20 
1.75 
1.10 
1.75 
1.25 
1.50 
.80 
2.00 
1.10 
1.35 



semimonthly., 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 



600 
9,500 
116 
110 
300 
300 
240 
260 
212 
228 



60 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3— 



No, 



90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 



Mill 



tWatts Cotton Mill Patterson 

Rhodhiss Mfg. Co Rhodhiss 

Brookford Mills_ Brookford 

fYount Cotton Mills Conover 

Granite Falls Mfg. Co Hickory.__ 

Ivey Mill Co do. 

A. A. Shuford Mill , do.. 

Long Island Cotton Mills Long Island 

Carolina Cotton IMills Maiden 

Maiden Cotton Mills do 

Providence Cotton Mills do 

Union Cotton Mills do 

Turner ilills Co Monbo 

Catawba Cotton Mills Newton 

Clyde Mill Co.. do 

Newton Cotton Mills ..do 

M. M. OdellMfg. Co Pittsboro.. 

Hadley Peoples Mfg. Co Siler City 

Edenton Cotton Mills Edenton 

Bonnie Cotton Mills Kings Mountain. 

*Cora Cotton Mills do 

Dilling Cotton Mills _do... 

*Kings Mountain Mfg. Co ! do 

tMason Cotton Mills Co I do 

tMountain View Mills ! do 

Pauline Mills ! do 

Phoenix Mfg. Co. !..._do 

Sevier Cotton Mills Co ' do 



Postoffice 



Cleveland Mills and Power Co Lawndale 

Belmont Cotton Mills Co Shelby 

Buffalo Mfg. Co do 

Double Shoals Cotton Mill do 

Ella Mfg. Co do 

Lily Mill and Power Co do 

Shelby Cotton Mills I do 

Necronsett Mills ..' Cumberland. 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co I Fayetteville.. 



Puritan Mills Co 

Tolar, Hart & Holt Mills 

Victory JIfg. Co 

Rockfish Mills... 

Dacotah Cotton Mills 

Erlanger Cotton Mills Co 

Nokomis Cotton Mills 

Wennonah Cotton Mills Co.. 

Amazon Cotton Mills 

Jewel Cotton Mills... 

Southern Finishing Mills 

Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 3... 

Golden Belt Mfg. Co 

Durham Cotton Mfg. Co 

Pearl Cotton Mills 



....do 

....do 

....do 

Hope Mills 

Lexington 

.-..do 

.-.-do. 

.--do 

Thomas ville... 

.—do 

....do... 

Cooleemee 

Durham 

East Durham. 
....do.. 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



10 
10 
10 
11 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

9i 
10 

91 



Week 



10 


60 




60 




60 




60 


10 


60 


10 


60 




60 


10 


60 




60 


10 


60 


11 


115 


12 


60 




60 




60 




60 


12 


60 




60 


10 


110 




60 




60 


12 


60 


10 


60 




55 




56 





60 




56 




56 



*Same as last year. j^ew mill. ISuccessors to Klotho Cotton Mills. 



Cottojst Mills 



61 



Continued 



Employees 



Wages 



100 



40 
100 



4S 4) 
WPLh 



240 
375 



4.00 
6.00 



O c3 



2.40 
1.25 



■^13 S 



2.50 
3.00 






2.00 
1.25 



When Paid 



weekly, 
weekly. 



What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mill 



600 



161 
140 
104 
54 

77 



4.00 
4.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.50 



2.00 
1.50 



2.11 
1.90 



2.00 
2.75 
1.75 
2.30 
2.75 



1.25 
1.25 



1.81 
1.50 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 
weekly. 



300 
300 
175 
165 



65 
65 

175 
40 
50 
68 
45 

162 
75 
20 
35 



19 
90 
38 
72 
15 
25 
43 
75 
27 
100 
23 
68 
66 
30 
40 
75 



300 
50 
94 
46 

125 
12 

199 
60 

114 
40 



175 
10 



147 
120 
135 
105 
325 
70 
105 
155 
100 
305 



70 

85 

70 

65 

250 

114 

172 

65 

80 

75 

275 

121 

210 

114 

210 

193 

108 

125 

225 

260 

750 

140 

250 

167 

200 

24 

688 

225 

358 

135 



4.16 
2.80 
3.00 
5.00 
3.00 
3.40 
4.00 
5.00 
5.50 
3.50 
5.00 



1.70 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
2.00 
2.00 
1.50 
2.00 
1.75 
1.00 




2.00 
2.00 
2.25 
4.00 
2.75 
3.15 
2.25 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
1.50 



1.60 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
2.00 
1.65 
1.00 



1.00 

2.75 



1.00 
1.25 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly., 
semimonthly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 



3,50 
5.00 
4.00 
2.50 
3.00 
3.85 
4.00 
2.66? 
3.50 
4.16 
5.00 
6.40 
6.00 
3.00 
3.33^ 
5.00 
5.00 
8.00 
5.00 
6.67 
3.75 
5.00 
3.50 
3.50 
5.50 
6.00 
5.00 



2.00 
1.50 
2.00 
1.75 
1.50 
1.50 



1.60 
1.70 
1.80 
1.75 
1.75 
2.00 
1.60 
1.66i 
1.50 
2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
2.00 
1.661 
1.50 
1.65 
2.00 
2.05 
2.00 



3.00 

3.00 

2.50 

2.16 

2.50 

2.25 

2.50 

2.661 

2.25 

3.75 

2.33 

2.60 

5.00 

2.50 

2.42 

2.25 

3.00 

4.58 

3.00 

3.50 

3.25 

4.33J 

2.00 

3.10 

2.95 

3.50 

3.00 



1.75 
1.33i 
2.00 
1.50 

1.25 



1.60 

1.25 

1.50 

1.93 

1.10 

1.75 . 

1.25 

1.50 

1.50 

1.50 

1.50 

1.25 

1.25 I 

1.75 , 

1.334j 

1.00 \ 

1.35 j 

2.00 

1.65 

1.50 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly 

semimonthly 

weekly 

semimonthly 

semimonthly 

semimonthly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly 

weekly 

semimonthly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 



83 


250 


m 


600 


m 


150 


98 


400 


99 


350 


m 


900 


95 





100 



90 
100 
92^ 
100 
92^ 
95 
94J 
96-3 
75 



350 
300 
750 
400 
300 
300 



125 
500 
500 
600 
700 
300 



500 
400-500 
600 
300 
600 

ioo 

300 
250 
500 
900 
1,500 
140 
800 
350 



2,500 
500 

1,000 
400 



62 



North Cabolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3 — 



No. 



106 

107 

108 

109 

110 

111 

112 

113 

114 

115 

116 

117 

118 

119 

120 

121 

122 

123 

124 

125 

126 

127 

128 

129 

130. 

131 

132 

133 

134 

135 

136 

137 

138 

139 

140 

141 

142 

143 

144 

145 

146 

147 

148 

149 

150 

151 

152 

153 

154 

155 

156 

157 

158 



Mill 



Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 1.. 

Erwin Cotton Mills, No. 4. - 

Bleachery of Envin Cotton Mills Co.. 

Fountain Cotton Mills -.- -- 

Hart Cotton Mill, Inc.... 

Arista Mills Co — ' Winston-Salem. 

•Arista Mills, Southside --' do 

Inverness Jlills Co - ; do. 



PostofEce 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



West Durham. 

....do. 

....do 

Tarboro. 

....do 



Chatham Mfg. Co.. -do 

•Sterling Cotton Mills Franklinton.... 

The Chronicle Mills ---I Belmont 

Climax Spinning Co -' do 

Imperial Yarn Mill do 

Majestic Mfg. Co.. --.; do 

National Yarn Mills ' do 

Atlas Mfg. Co --.| Bessemer City. 

Gambrill & Melville Mills Co.. ...'....do 

Huss Mfg. Co - do 

Osage Mfg. Co ...do 



Cherryville. 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 



Cherryville Mfg. Co 

Gaston Mfg. Co 

Howell Mfg. Co.. 

Melville Mfg. Co... 

Vivian Cotton Mills.. do.' — 

Dorothy Mfg. Co Dallas... 

Arlington Cotton Mills Gastonia 

Armstrong Cotton Mills Co do 

The Avon Mills do 

Clara Mfg. Co do 

Dunn Mfg. Co do 

Flint Mfg. Co --do 

Gastonia Cotton Jlfg. Co do 

Gray Mfg. Co do 

Groves Mills, Inc.. 1 do 

Hanover Thread Mills do 

Loray Mills. do 

Modena Cotton Mill .-do 

Monarch Cotton Mills Co - do 

Morowebb Cotton Mill Co do 

Mountain View Mill do 

Mutual Cotton Mills Co.- do— - 

tMyrtle Mills, Inc.— do 

Osceola Mills, Inc do 

Ozark Mills do.-- 

Parkdale Mills, Inc do 

Piedmont Spinning Mills Co do 

Pinkney Mills, Inc - do 

Ranlo Mfg. Co.... do.... 

Rex Spinning Co ' do 

Seminole Cotton Mills Co do 

A. M. Smyre Mfg. Co ! do 

Spencer Mountain Mill — do 

Trenton Cotton Mills do 



9i 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
10 

11 

10 

11 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 

10 
10 
10 



Night 



Week 



66 
56 
66 

60 
GO 
60 
60 
60 

60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
00 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 



60 
60 
60 
120 
60 
60 



•Same as last year. JNot yet in operation. 



Cotton Mills 



63 



Continued 



Employees 



Wages 






^2 

O 03 






When Paid 



O o3 ° 



What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 

and 

Write? 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
MiU 



No. 



106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 



94 

193 
64 
26 

100 
40 
31 
35 
32 
76 
66 
95 
65 
65 
58 
60 
42 
45 
90 
50 

125 
40 
22 
50 

100 
74 
36 
56 
72 
58 
45 

100 
52 
80 
27 



30 



493 
613 
126 

80 
210 
110 
114 

80 
134 
275 
167 
259 
161 
166 
164 
131 
143 
103 
200 
140 
200 

81 

77 
145 
250 
223 
113 
156 
171 
130 
211 
250 
220 
150 



$3.75 
3.25 
3.00 
3.30 j 
5.00 
5.50 I 
3.00 I 
4.12 
5.00 
3.00 
5.00 
3.13 
5.00 
4.00 
6.00 
6.00 
3.50 
6.00 
5.00 
2.25 
4.00 
2.90 
3.50 
2.50 
3.50 
3.00 
3.29 
3.50 
2.99 
3.45 
2.661 
3.00 
4.00 
3.66 
5.00 



1.80 
2.20 
1.80 
1.92 
2.20 
2.00 

.90 
2.25 
1.50 
1.10 
2.50 
2.00 
2.50 
1.50 
3.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.25 
1.50 
1.25 
1.50 
1.25 
2.00 
1 .33-J 
2.00 

.90 
1.66 
1.40 
1.241 
1.66§ 
1.50 
1.50 
2.16 
2.00 



3.00 


2.00 


2.00 


.75 


3.00 


1.75 


3.75 


1.00 


2.20 


.75 


3.50 


2.00 


2.33 


1.16 


3.50 


2.00 



2.50 

3.00 

2.50 

2.20 

3.331 

3.00 

2.00 

3.00 

3.75 

2.20 

3.50 

2.33 

3.50 

2.50 

4.00 

3.00 

2. .50 

3.50 

3.33i 

1.50 

3.00 

2.00 

2.50 

2.40 

3,00 

2.33i 

2.55: 

2.50 

2.46 

3.07' 

2.50 

3.00 

2.66 

2.33 

3.08 



1.80 

2.15 

1.60 

l,37i 

1.661 

2.00 

.75 
1.75 
1.00 

.75 
2.00 
1.16 
2.00 
1.44 
2.50 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.25 
1.50 
1.00 
1.30 
1.25 
1.50 
1.25 
1.50 
1.73 
1.50 
1.39 
1.52 
1.66^ 
1.00 
1.33 
1.66 
1.66- 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly.. 

weekly 

weekly. 

weekly.. 

semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly. 

weekly 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekl}'. 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



90 

94 

82* 

75 

90 

80 

75 

95 

95 I 

90 : 



97i 
85 
85 
100 
95 
95 
95 



1,200 
2,000 
225 
250 
1,200 
300 
130 
95 
350 
550 
500 
500 
600 
275 
600 
550 



500 
1,000 
140 
600-800 
250 
250 
350 
600 
500 
230 
500 
400 
350 
400 
500 
450 
350 



165 
149 
111 
89 



5.50 ' 1.10 

3.59 : 1.50 

3.50 I 1.50 

6.66fi 2.50 

3.20 < 2.00 



3.50 
2.69 
2.17 
3.00 
2.80 



1.00 weekly. 

I.334I weekly. 
1 .50 weekly. 
2.00 I weekly. 
1.61 j weekly. 



87i 
77i 



300 
300 
250 
89 
300 



150 
172 
155 
64 
75 
110 
162 
151 



15 
146 
30 



6.661, 

4.50 [ 

2.50 I 

3.12|! 

2.66f' 

5.831 

5.00 

2.75 

4.00 

3.50 

4.00 



2.50 

2.00 

1.10 

1.441 

1.661' 

1.661 

2.00 

2.36 

2.00 

1.50 

1.40 



3.10 
2.50 
2.50 
2.95 
2.50 
2.00 
2.00 
2.60 
3.00 
2.12 
2.50 



2.00 ! weekly. 
1 .50 weekly. 
1 .50 weekly. 
.88 weekly. 
1.661 weekly. 
1.33j weekly. 
1.50 j weekly. 

weekly. 

weekly. 

weekly. 

weekly. 



1.90 
1.50 
1.12 
1.25 



98i 

75 

82§ 



150 
750 
300-400 
1.50 
150 
250 
500 
450 
200 
300 
400 



64 



xNToKTH CAROLIiVA LabOR STATISTICS 



Table No. 3- 



No. 



159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 



.Mill 



High Shoals Co.. - 

The Arrow Mills 

Peerless Mfg. Co 

*McAden Cotton Mills 

Mays Mills 

Albion Cotton Mills 

Mims Mfg. Co 

Mount Holly Cotton Mills Co 

Tuckaseege Mfg. Co 

Woodlawn Mfg. Co 

Lloyd Mills, Inc 

JLola Mfg. Co..__ 

Harden Mfg. Co 

Oxford Cotton Mills _ --- 

Gem Cotton Mills 

Minneola Mfg. Co 

Pomona Mills, 

Proximity Mfg. Co._ 

Proximity Print Works 

Revolution Cotton Mills 

White Oak Cotton Mills 

Highland Cotton Mills. 

Pickett Cotton Mills 

Oakdalte Cotton Mill 

tWhite Mfg. Co I Kimesville. 

Roanoke Mills Co -._ --. Roanoke Rapids. 

Rosemary Mfg. Co — do 

Patterson Mills Co i Rosemary 

Shaw Cotton Mills | Weldon 

Erwin Cotton Mills Co. No. 2 Duke. 



PostolBce 



High Shoals.. 
Lincolnton... 

Lowell 

Mc.\denville.. 

Maj'^vorth 

Mount Holly. 

...do... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Stanley 

...do 

Worth 

Oxford 

Gibsonville... 

....do 

Greensboro... 

....do.. 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

High Point.. 

....do 

Jamestown... 



Tuxedo 

Raeford 

East Monbo. 

Mooresville.. 
....do 

States vi lie 

....do. 

....do... 



Green River Mfg. Co 

Raeford Power and Mfg. Co 

Turner Mills Co 

Dixie Cotton Mill Co 

Mooresville Cotton Mills 

Bloomfield Mfg. Co 

Paola Cotton Mills 

Statesville Cotton Mills '. 

Stimpson-Steele i Turnersburg. 

Clayton Cotton Mills , Clayton 

Liberty Mills Co [ do 

Ethel Cotton Mills ] Selma 

Lizzie Cotton Mills | do 

Selma Cotton Mills ' do 

Ivanhoe Mfg. Co ; Smithfield 

Sanford Cotton Mill j Sanford 

Caswell Cotton Mills [ Kinston 

Kinston Cotton Mill. i do. 

Elm Grove Cotton Mill i Lincolnton 

Eureka Mfg. Co do.. 

Indian Creek Mfg. Co | do 

Laboratory Cotton Mills : Lincolnton, No. 6. 

Lincoln Cotton Mill Lincolnton... 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night Week 



10 

lO'i 



10 

n 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 

10 

WH 

10 

10 

10 



10 



10 
10 

n 



10 



60 
60 
56 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 



60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 



*Same as last year. 



jNew mill. 



JSuccessors to Stanly Mfg. Co. 



Cotton Mills 



65 



Continued 



Employees 



82 
94 
37 
200 
300 
18 



50 

30 

77 

105 

302 

6 

300 

394 

59 

60, 



200 
141 
90 
45 



140 

70 
23 



100 I 
169 j 
31 I 
10 I 



110 


141 


65 


35 


42 


18 


50 


10 


45 




45 


7 


75 


25 


14 




50 


35 


31 


22 


30 


20 


25 


30 


31 


23 


71 


25 


80 


30 


90 


25 


125 


25 


20 


10 


15 


3 


22 


15 


40 


10 


36 


6 



227 

39 

86 

600 

640 

46 

133 

36 

100 

156 

29 

92 

150 

140 

79 

295 

300 

1,008 

60 

900 

1,314 

234 

120 

160 

35 

650 

730 

281 

115 

616 

180 

145 

119 

110 

873 

90 

95 

175 

24 

125 

113 

90 

85 

80 

190 

200 

120 

225 

60 

66 

67 

90 

90 



Wages 






5.00 
3.66? 
3.00 
3.50 
5.00 
3.00 
4.00 
3.00 
3.50 
3.00 
2.00 
4.02 
4,00 
4.50 
2.75 
4.20 
4.50 
6.00 
4.00 
4.50 
6.00 
5.00 
6.00 
3.90 



5.40 
3.92 
7.00 
3.00 
3.65 
7.50 
5.00 
3.42 
6.00 
12.00 
4.50 
3.75 
3.00 
4.25 
3.30 
3.40 
3.00 
3.00 
4.00 
6.75 
4.50 
5.00 
5.50 
1.50 
5.00 
3.50 
3.00 
3.60 



o ci 

1.60 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
1.84 
1.76 
1.50 
1.21 
2.00 
1.46 
2.00 
1.84 
1.75 
1.80 
2.10 
1.96 
1.50 
2.25 
2.25 
2.30 
2.25 
1.80 
1.50 
2.00 






1.80 
1.88 
2.25 
1.25 
1.75 
1.50 
2.25 
2.04 
1.75 
2.45 
1.50 
1.661 
1.25 
1.45 
1.50 
2.00 
1.35 
1.35 
2.00 
2.00 
1.75 
2.25 
1.50 
.75 
1.35 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 



2.70 
3.00 
1.75 
1.75 
3.84 
1.87 
2.99 
1.43 
3.00 
2.59 
2.43 
2.34 
2.50 
3.50 
2.50 
2.94 
3.25 
3.75 
2.10 
4.00 
3.75 
3.75 
2.00 
2.50 



|2 6 
1-4 Pm^ 



5.00 
3.12 
4.00 
2.25 
3.25 
3.00 
4.00 
3.33^ 
3.50 
4.75 
2.50 
2.40 
2.25 
1.75 
3.00 
2.661 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 



1.50 
1.25 
1.00 
1.00 
1.50 
1.40 
1.46 
1.37 
1.50 
1.25 
2.00 
1 55 
1 00 
1.60 
2.00 
1.70 
1.25 
2.00 
1.60 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.50 
1.65 



When Paid 



semimonthly- 
weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 



weekly 

weekly. _ , 

semimonthly- 
weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
.semimonthly- 
semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly. 



3.50 
3.00 
3.50 
2.25 
.90 
1.84 
2.00 
2.00 
2.80 



1.80 
1.50 
2.00 
1.00 
1.50 
1.25 
2.75 
2,00 
1.25 
1,85 
1,25 
1.50 
1.25 
1,00 
1.50 
1.661 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.25 
1.50 
1.00 
.60 
1.34 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 



What 
Per 
Cent 
Read 
and 
Write? 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mill 



No. 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly i 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly 

semimonthly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly 

semimonthly 

semimonthly 

weekly 

senaimonthly... 
semimonthly... 



92| 



85 
97-5- 
99 
98 
94i 
97i 
90 
82i 
77i 
83J 
83 
85 
75 
75 
70 
774 
98 
100 
87 
921 
974 



750 
258 



159 
160 
161 



1,200 j 162 
3,000 ! 163 
135 ! 164 
350 ' 165 
95 166 
250 I 167 
350 : 168 
200 I 169 
300 I 170 

I 171 

172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 



•400 

154 
1,200 

600 
3,000 

180 
2,500 
4,000 

500 



500 



1,500 
2,250 

1.000 186 

3,080 187 

2,000 188 

400 189 

I 190 

450 191 

250 192 

2,500 193 



300 
125 



194 
195 



1,000 ' 196 

197 

350 198 
I 199 



300 I 200 
350 201 
225 I 202 
400 \ 203 
500 i 204 
300 I 205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 



200 
40 
335 
225 
300 



Dept. Labor, 1918 — 5 



66 



North Cakolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3 — 




Long Shoals Cotton Mills Co ; Lincolnton. 

Rhodes Mfg. Co i do 

RolinMfg. Co... ..[_.. .do 

John Riidisill Mfg. Co j do 

Saxony Spinning Co 1 do 

*\Vampum Cotton Mills ...' do 

•Clinchfield Mfg. Co Marion 

Cross Cotton Mills Co... i do 

Marion Mfg. Co | do 

Capitola Mfg. Co j Marshall.... 

Atherton Mills. j Charlotte... 

Earnhardt Mfg. Co | do 

Belbro Mills, Inc .| do 

Chadwick-Hoskins Co • do 



Elizabeth Mills Co do... 

Fidelity Mfg. Co do 

Highland Park Mfg. Co do 

Johnston Mfg. Co No. Charlotte. 

Magnolia Mills _ Charlotte 

Mecklenburg Mfg. Co do 

Robinson Mfg. Co do 

Savona Mfg. Co ' do 

fOlenn-Lowery Mfg. Co ] No. Charlotte. 



Cornelius Cotton Mills 

Gem Yarn Mill 

Delburg Cotton Mill 

Linden Mfg. Co 

Anchor Mills 

Thrift Mfg. Co 

Chadwick-Hoskins, No. 5 

Francis Cotton Mills. 

Capelsie Cotton Mills 

Smitherman Cotton Mills 

*High Falls Mfg. Co 

Vass Cotton Mill Co 

Rocky Mount Mill 

Belhvill Cotton Mills 

Delgado Mills.... 

Bellevue Mfg. Co 

Eno Cotton Mills 

Elizabeth City Cotton Mills 

Laura Cotton Mills 

Roxboro and Longhurst Cotton Mills. 

Greenville Cotton Mills 

Central Falls Mills 

Enterprise Mfg. Co 

Sapona Cotton Mills 

Franklinville Mfg. Co 

Randolph Mfg. Co 

Columbia Mfg. Co 

Deep River Mills, Inc 



Cornelius 

....do 

Davidson 

....do 

Huntersville 

Paw Creek 

Pineville 

Biscoe 

Troy 

....do... 

High Falls 

Vass 

Rocky Mount.. 
Wilmington 

....do 

Hillsboro 

....do 

Elizabeth City. 
Roxboro 

....do 

Greenville 

Asheboro 

Coleridge 

Cedar Falls 

Franklinville.. - 

....do 

Ramseur 

Randleman 




*Same as last year 



fNew mill. 



Cotton Mills 



67 



Continued 



Employees 



Wages 



KPL, 



O o3 
1-JPh 






o 3 o 



When Paid 



Esti- 
mated 

Number j 
Persons iNo. 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mill 



50 
25 
19 
25 
45 
60 

200 
60 

147 
50 
80 
25 
18 

350 
40 
40 

300 

100 
20 
29 
20 
33 



40 
41 
40 
40 
60 
60 
50 
65 
37 
30 
31 
40 

127 
80 

100 
40 

175 
45 
20 

180 
19 
25 
30 
60 
30 
50 
83 

143 



20 
140 



3 

150 

15 

20 



17 



30 



25 
115 
20 

75 

6 

150 

30 



120 

85 

48 

40 

130 

125 

500 

140 

341 

80 

180 

75 

38 

900 

105 

120 

800 

200 

45 

105 

61 

66 

150 

120 

88 

70 

70 

150 

210 

125 

125 

85 

110 

63 

115 

337 

200 

275 

96 

500 

124 

35 

350 

54 

51 

55 

100 

86 

93 

153 

413 



$ 3.00 
4.50 
3.75 
3.00 
4.00 
2.75 
3.50 
4.00 
5.00 
3.00 
5.00 
2.25 
4.40 
4.19 
3.75 
5.00 
4.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.70 
3.66 
5.00 



4.00 
6.00 
4.20 
4.20 
5.00 
5.75 
4.00 
6.00 
3.00 
4.08 
1.75 
3.45 
5.90 
10.00 
6.00 
4.50 
5.50 
5.00 
3.00 
4.00 
3.85 
3.00 
3.00 
5.00 
4.00 
4.00 
5.75 
5 .33^3 



1.75 
2.00 
1.70 
1.45 
1.75 
1.00 
1.75 
1.83 
1.50 



1.50 
1.75 
2.75 
1.50 
2.10 
2.00 
2.00 
2.33 
2.00 
2.15 
1.25 
2.00 



2.25 
1.75 
2.25 
1.83 
2.50 
1.25 
1.00 
2.66i 
2.50 
1.50 
3.15 
1.25 
3.20 
4.19 
2.00 
3.50 
3.00 



1.50 
1.65 
1.65 
1.25 
1.20 
.85 
.85 
1.42 
1.68 



1.50 
1.00 
2.64 
2.00 
1.50 
2.00 
1.50 



2.50 
3.50 
2.50 
3.56 



1.35 
2.34 
1.00 
1.65 



semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly. 

weekly.., 

weekly 

weekly 

Saturday 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 



1.90 
2.00 
2.08 
2.08 
1.92 
1.80 

.90 
1.25 
1.50 I 
1.50 

.90 
1.45 
2.08 
2.25 
2.00 
1.50 
1.90 
2.12 
2.50 
2.60 
1.50 
1.75 
1.25 



1.85 
1.85 
1.75 
1.66? 



2.75 
3.25 
4.00 
4.00 
3.50 
3.30 
2.00 
2.50 
2.00 
2.00 
1.40 
2.10 
2.50 
5.00 
3.00 
3.33^ 
3.50 
2.75 
2.50 
2.50 
2.75 
2.00 
1.75 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 
2.25 
4.00 



1.80 
1.25 
2.00 
2.00 
1.92 
1.65 

.80 
1.00 
1.35 
1.44 

.80 
1.25 
1.25 
1.85 
1.00 
1.50 
1.90 
2.00 
2.25 
1.75 
1.33i 
1.50 
1.25 



1.40 
1.30 
1.40 
1.50 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly- 
weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly- 
weekly 

senaimonthly. 

monthly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly, 
weekly 




68 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3— 





Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Night 


Week 


263 
264 


Riverside Mills 


Worth\'ilIe 

Rockingham 


11 


60 


Entwistle Mfg. Co. 


60 


265 Great Falls Mfg. Co 


....do 

....do 

....do 




60 


266 Hannah Pickett Mills 

267 Leak, Wall & McRae. 


10 


60 
60 


268 


Ledbetter Mfg. Co • 

Pee Dee Mfg. Co. .... . 


....do 

_.__do.._ 

....do 

...-do 

Lumberton 




60 


269 




60 


270 I Roberdel Mfg. Co 




60 


271 


Steele's Mills... 

Dresden Cotton jNIills.. 

Jennings Cotton Mills 

Lumberton Cotton Mills 

National Cotton Mills, Inc 

Red Springs Cotton Mill Co 

Advance Mfg. Co 

Cape Fear Cotton Mills Co 

Ernaldson Mfg. Co._ 

St. Pauls Cotton Mills 

tDraper-Weai-well Blanket and Sheeting Mills... 

*Mayo Mills 

Edna Cotton Mills 

Leaksville Cotton Mills 

Lily Mill 

Morehead Cotton Mills Co 

Nantucket Mill__ 

Rhode Island Mill 

Spray Cotton Mills 

Patterson Mfg. Co 

Corriher Mills Co ._ 

Linn Mills Co 

Barringer Mfg. Co.. 

Ivy Damask Mill, Inp 

Jamack Cotton Mills 

Ke.sler Mfg. Co 

Marsh Cotton Mills, Inc 

Princeton Cotton Mills 

Salisbury Cotton Mills ._ 

Vance Cotton Mills 

Henrietta Mills 

Cliffside Mills 1. 

§Alexander Mfg. Co 

Florence Jlills 

The Cleghorn Mills 

The Spencer Mills 

Ida Yarn Mill 

Richmond Cotton Mills 

Dickson Cotton Mills 

Scotland Cotton Mills 

Waverly Cotton Mill _ 

Efird Mfg. Co 

Wiscassett Mills Co 

Norwood Mfg. Co.. 




60 


272 




60 


273 
274 
275 


....do 

....do _ 

....do 






60 
60 
60 


276 




10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 

10 
10 
10 


10 
10 
10 
10 
12 
12 


60 


277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 


St. Pauls 

....do 

....do 

----do. 

Draper 

Mayodan 

Reidsville 

Spray 

....do 

— -do. 

....do 

..-do - 

..--do 


60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


283 




60 


284 




00 


285 




60 


286 

287 


10 


60 

60 


288 




60 


2S9 




60 


290 


10 
10 
10 
12 
12 
10 
10 


60 


291 
292 

29.'^ 


Landis 

....do 


60 
60 
60 


294 
295 
296 
297 


Salisbury 

...-do 

....do 

-.-do 

do 


60 
60 
60 


?9S 




60 


?99 


do 






60 


300 


....do 


11 

10 
10 


12 


60 


301 




60 


30? 


Cliffside 




60 


303 


Forest City 






304 
305 
306 
307 


----do 

Spindale 

...-do.. 

Laurel Hill 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 


10 
11 
11 


60 
60 
60 
60 


308 


-..do 

Laurinburg 

....do 

....do 

Albemarle 

....do 

Norwood 




60 


SOP 




60 


310 
311 
312 

313 


12 


60 

60 

60 

6 


314 


10 


60 



*Same as last year. fSame as German-American Mills. 

§To begin operation January 1919. 



Cotton Mills 



69 



Continued 



Employees 



Wages 




70 
36 
29 
50 
225 
75 
60 
50 
90 
35 



d 


a 










m d 


-tJ c 


fn:2 


^:5 


fo^S 


^^s 










KdH 


hJPL, 


ap.^ 


^:;eLi^ 



60 
19 
8 
30 
75 
50 
30 
40 
40 



123 
217 
304 
230 
135 
65 
200 
450 
225 
165 
195 
280 
170 



3.30 
4.50 
7.00 
4.00 
4.00 
2.75 
4.10 
5.00 
4.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



1.60 
2.20 
2.00 
2.00 
1.10 
1.87 
1.80 
1.50 
2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 



2.25 
3.00 
6.00 
4.00 
2.75 
2.30 
2.50 
3.00 
4.00 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 



When Paid 



1.60 
2.20 
1.75 
2.00 
1.10 
1.27 
1.60 
1.50 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



semimontHly., 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

monthly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
weekly 



What 
Per 
Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
MiU 



350 
400 

1,000 
725 
600 
190 
375 

1,400 
700 
600 
800 

1,000 
450 



No. 



15 

60 

18 

100 

425 

340 

58 

67 

83 

55 

129 

102 

60 

45 



41 

480 
289 



2 
50 
150 
139 



62 
134 

58 
250 
1,200 
839 
288 
287 
195 

95 
357 
302 
207 
175 



4.36 
4.00 
3.50 
6.00 
9.00 
8.00 
3.00 
4.80 
5.25 
4.75 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
3.37 



1.60 
1.25 
1.25 
2.00 
1.75 
2.25 
2.00 
2.47 
2.00 
2.03 
2.00 
1.75 
2.10 
1.80 



21 
180 
126 



186 

78 

19 

7 

234 
32 
40 



113 

1,380 

796 



6.00 
4.50 
5.80 
5.00 
7.50 
4.50 
4.50 
4.50 
4.75 
7.00 
5.25 



2.25 
2.10 
2.00 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 



2.50 
2.50 
2.40 
3.50 
4.00 
7.00 
2.75 
4.80 
4.00 
2.66 
4.00 
3.50 
3.25 
3.15 



2.00 
1.15 
1.25 
1.50 
1.50 
1.75 
1.75 
2.02 
1.75 
1.83 
1.75 
1.50 
2,10 
1.50 



3.00 
3.00 
2.60 
3.25 
4.00 
3.00 
3.00 



1.60 
2.02 
1.50 

1.25 
2.60 
2.50 



1.76 
1.50 
1.25 



5.00 
2.75 
3.26 



1.60 
1.35 
1.00 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly.. 

weekly 

weekly... 

semimonthly., 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly., 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly., 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 



90 



100 
100 

90 
100 

99 



100 

200 

290 

400 

3,000 

3,000 

1,000 

1,600 

600 

400 

1,100 

1,200 

900 

500 



800 
160 



100 
1,000 



100 
1,200 

500 
4,600 
2,600 



92 


52 


100 




45 


16 


13 


8 


16 


10 


45 


17 


25 


11 


50 


15 


289 




800 




110 


15 



336 

200 

125 

47 

42 

115 

90 

138 

720 

1,300 

200 



3.50 
3.75 
3.50 
3.50 
3.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
3.00 



1.50 
2.00 
2.00 
1.90 
1.90 
1.50' 
1.70 
1.70 
2.00 
2.10 
1.25 



2.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.50 
2.50 
2.60 
3.50 
3.00 
2.00 



1.00 
1.75 
1.75 
1.10 
1.10 
1.25 
1.20 
1.20 
1.00 
2.10 
1.00 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly- 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
weekly 



77i 
98 
100 
62J 
671 
85 
85 
86 
95 
90 
87* 



1,008 

1,000 

75 

125 

100 

350 

200 

400 

2,000 

5,000 

600 



70 



]^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3— 



No, 



315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
324 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 



Mill 



Postofiice 



Laurel Bluff Cotton Mills Mount Airy. 

Brevard Cotton Mills Brevard 

Everett Cotton Mills ! Monroe 

.---do 

..-.do 

Waxhaw 

Henderson-. 
....do. 



Icemorlee Cotton Mills Co 

Jackson Mills Co 

Rodman-Heath Cotton Mills 

Harriet Cotton Mills 

Henderson Cotton Mills 

Neuse Mfg. Co j Neuse 

Caraleigh Mills Co I Raleigh 

Pilot Cotton Mills Co j do 

Raleigh Cotton Mills j....do 

Royal Cotton Mills I Wake Forest- 
Peck Mfg. Co ' VVarrenton... 

Borden Mfg. Co Goldsboro — 

tBorden Mfg. Co., No. 2 ' do 

Wilson Cotton Mills Co I Wilson 



Number Hours Worked 



Day Night 



Week 



60 



tNew mill. 



Cotton Mills 



71 



Continued 



10 

30 

18 

80 

85 

25 

366 

310 

70 

175 

93 

102 

139 

50 

50 



Employees 



Wages 



10 

12 

22 

170 

50 

35 

222 

219 



33 


8 


75 


25 


92 


40 


40 


21 


62 


42 


40 


18 


50 


50 


45 


15 



25 
40 
40 
250 
165 
85-90 
586 
529 
111 
275 
225 
142 
243 
108 
150 

75 



is 



2.50 
2.00 
3.50 
6.50 
5.00 
3.50 
5.50 
4.00 
4.72 
5.25 
5.00 
6.23 
6.25 
4.00 
5.00 

3.25 



&:2 

O eS 



$ 1.25 
1.25 
2.16 
2.00 
1.50 
2.00 
1.60 
1.50 
1.88 
2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
2.40 
2.10 
2.00 

1.35 



a> 01 



1.25 
1.50 
2.60 
3.00 
3.33^ 
2.00 
4.00 
3.30 
2.90 
3.75 
3.50 
3.25 
3.30 
3.83 
3.00 

2.50 



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1.00 
1.10 
1.66^ 
1.50 
1.40 
1.25 
1.25 
1.20 
1.20 
1.50 
1.25 
1.50 



When Paid 



1.00 



1.00 



weekly 

semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 



weekly. 



What 
Per 

Cent 

Read 
and 

Write? 



65 

m 

75 
75 
90 
90 
90 
90 
92J 
95 
100 
98 
70 
92f 
94 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
MiU 



No. 



55 ! 315 

200 316 

75 I 317 

600 ' 318 

060 ' 319 

350 I 320 

2,000 ' 321 

2,000 I 322 

450 I 323 

700 j 324 

500 j 325 

' 326 

327 
328 
329 
330 
331 



568 
250 
300 

150 



72 ]NroRTn Carolina Labor Statistics 



Cordage Mills 

The two cordage mills reporting show a capital stock of $50,000. 
Approximate amount of raw material used is 950,000 pounds; esti- 
mated value of yearly output is $340,000. 

Total number of horse-power reported is 50 electric. There are 
emj^loyed 44 males. Highest average paid males $3.00; lowest, 
$2.00. Per cent read and write, 87. 

Ten hours constitute the average day's work. Estimated number 
dependent on factories for livelihood, 80. 

Silk Mills 

Two silk mills report with a capital of $2,000,000, They report 
the use of 35,000 spindles, 440 looms, 1,150 horse-power — one mill 
using electricity; one steam and electricity. 

The approximate amount of raw materials used is 71,000 pounds, 
with an estimated value of yearly output of $800,000 from the re- 
port of one mill. 

The total number of employees is 1,010. Of these, 317 are males, 
556 females, and 137 children. The highest average wage paid 
males is $3.55, the lowest average $1.84; the highest average paid fe- 
males is $2.03, lowest average paid females 96 cents. 

The average time constituting a day's work is 10 hours and 20 
minutes. 



Cordage, Silk, and Woolen Mills 73 

Woolen Mills 

The number of woolen mills shown is five, with a total capital 
(reported by three), $412,000. These mills use 11,178 spindles, 
238 looms, 28 cards, and employ 776 horse-power. The approximate 
amount of raw material used is 2,331,000 pounds, the estimated 
value of the yearly output being $2,433,000. 

The total number of persons employed is 529; of this number, 325 
are males, 162 females, and 42 children. The highest average paid 
males is $5.13, the lowest average $1.72; the highest average paid 
females is $3.06, the lowest average $1.40. 

The average length of a day's work is ten hours. 

One mill reports the use of steam for power, two water, and two 
electric. 

Estimated number dependent on mills for livelihood, 1,390. 



74 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



CORDAGE 
Table No. 1 — Mills hy Counties, Showing Executive Officers, 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Mill 


President 


1 


Caldwell.- 






J AT AllrPf) 


? 


Catawba 


do 


Highland Cordage Co 1 C. IT. Opitnpr 











Table No. 2 — List of Mills, Class of 



No. 


Mill 


Postoffice 


Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving? 


Class of Goods ^lanufactured 


1 


Granite Cordage Mills 


Hickory 


Braiding.. 




? 




do 















Table No. 3 — Employees, 





Mill 


Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


1 




Hickory 


10 
10 




60 


•) 




.. do 




60 













CoEDAGE Mills 



75 



MILLS 

Date of Establishment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 



A. A. Shuford, Jr.. 
A. A. Shuford, Jr.. 



1907 
1915 



Capital 

Stock 



S 20,000 
30,000 



Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 



both- 
agent. 



Agent's Name 



H. C. Kelley Co 

H. C. KeUey Co., N. Y. 



No. 



Goods Ma7iufacturecl, Equipment, Etc. 



Number 
Spindles 



Number 
Looms 



Number 
Cards 



Power 



Number 
Horse- 
power 



Approxi- j 

mate i _ Days in 

Amount Estimated ; Opera- 



Raw 
Material 
Used- 
Pounds 



Yearly 
Output 



electric, 
electric. 



•550,000 
400,000 



190,000 
150,000 



tion 
During 

Year 



300 
300 



No. 



Hours, Wages, Etc. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 


Esti- 
mated 




■2 


a 


a 

o 


"3 
o 


a 

M 


Lowest 
Paid Men 

Highest 

Paid 

Women 


Lowest 

Paid 

Women 


Cent I Number 

Read 1 Persons 

and Depend- 

Write? ent on 
"rite. j^.jj 


No. 


24 






24 
20 


$ 3.00 
3.00 


$ 2.00 $ 

2.00 


$ 


weekly.. ' 75 40 ^ 1 


20 








weekly... .! 100 i 2 




i 
















76 



!N^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



SILK 
Table No. 1 — Mills hy Counties, ShovAng Executive Officers, 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Mill 


President 


1 


Cumberland 

Guilford 


Fayetteville . 


Hawthorne Silk Co. . . 


C. E. Ashley 


9 


High Point 


Stehli Silks Corporation 


E. J. Stehli 













Table No. 2 — List of Mills, class of 



No. 


Mill 


Postoffice 


Spinning 

or 
Weaving 

or 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving? 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


1 




Fayetteville 

High Point 


Both 

Weaving- 




?. 


Stehli Silks Corporation 


Broad silks 







Table No. 3 — Employees, 





Mill 


• 
Postoffice 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


1 


Hawthorne Silk Co 


Fayetteville 


10 
10 


60 


? 


Hieh Point 




12 


60-62 









Silk Mills 



77 



MILLS 

Date of EstablisTiment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 


1 

H 
a 


Capital 

Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 


Agent's Name 


No. 


W. W. Cook 


1913 


S — 






1 
2 


C. W. Barlow 


2,000,000 


direct 






i 



Goods Manufacttirecl, Equipment, Etc. 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Looms 


Number 
Cards 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw 
Material 
Used- 
Pounds 


Days in 
Estimated Opera- 
Yearly 1 tion 
Output During 
Year 


No. 


14,300 
21,338 


288 
152 






300 


1 1 
! $ 307 


1 




steam and electric 


850 


71,000 i 800,000 301 


2 










1 





Hours, Wages, Etc. 





Employees 






Wages 






What 


Esti- 




















Per 

Cent 


mated 












a 




j 






Number 




a 


B 


d 
£ 
2 


"d 


fo2 




ghest 

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men 


-.^ d 

s5 s 


When Paid 


Read 

and 

Write? 


Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 


islo. 










;:; ^ 


o s 




O c3 O 






Mill 




g 


PR 


O 


H 


ffift 


h^pL, 


SUhS: 


hJP^^ 










50 


127 


39 


216 


$ 3.00 


8 1.66f 


8 2.00 


$ 0.661 


semimonthly 


30 


500 


1 


267 


429 


98 


794 


4.10 


2.00 


4.10 


1.25 


semimonthly 


m 


2,250 


2 



78 



l^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



WOOLEN 
Table No. 1 — Mills by Counties, Showing Executive Officers, 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Mill 


President 


1 


Ashe. 


Helton 




H. Littleton & E. C. Fran- 


?. 


Caldwell 


Patterson *Yadkin Woolen Mills 


cis, owners 


3 


Forsyth 


Winston-Salem 

Spray 

Spray 


Chatham Mfg. Co. 


H. G. Chatham 


4 


Rockingham 

Rockinghana 




J. H. Taliaferro. . 


5 


Spray WoUen Mills.. 


George W. Fraker .. 









*Just begun operation. 



Table No. 2 — List of Mills, Class of 









Spinning 




No. 


Mill 


Postoffice 


Weaving 

or_ 
Spinning 

and 
Weaving? 


Class of Goods Manufactured 


1 


Helton Woolen Mills 


Helton 






?, 


•Yadkin Woolen Mills 

Chatham Mfg. Co. 


Patterson 


Both 

S. and W.. 

Both 

Both 




3 


Winston-Salem 

Spray. 




4 


Leaksville Woolen Mills 

Spray Woolen Mills .. 


Cotton warp wool filled blankets 


5 













•Just begun operation. 



Table No. 3 — Employees, 





Mill 


Postoffice ' 


Number Hours Worked 


No. 


Day 


Night 


Week 


1 


Helton Woolen Mills . 


Helton 


10 
10 




60 


2 


•Yadkin Woolen Mills... 






60 


3 


Chatham Mfg. Co 




10 
10 
11 




59 


4 


Leaksville Woolen Mills . 






60 


5 


Spray Woolen Mills 






60 













•Just begun operation. 



Woolen Mills 



79 



MILLS 

Date of Establishment, Capital Stock, Selling Agent, Etc. 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 


1 

3 

u 

c3 


Capital 
Stock 


Product 

Sold 
Direct or 
Through 
Agents? 


Agent's Name 


No. 




1891 

1917 
1877 
1881 


$ 






1 




10,000 
350,000 
52,000 




2 
3 
4 
5 


T. M. Lillard 




J. D. Tavlor 


agent Wilson & Bradbury, N. Y 


E. D. Pitcher 




1 





Goods Manufactured, Equipment, Etc. 



Number 


Number 


Number 


Spindles 


Looms 


Cards 


300 




1 
3 


480 


3 


4,032 


49 


8 


1,440 


36 


4 


4,920 


150 


12 



Power 



water-, 
water. - 
steam., 
electric 
electric 



Number 
Horse- 
power 



30 

20 

450 

125 

150 



Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 

Raw 
Material 
Used- 
Pounds 



20,000 

1,000 

700,000 

360,000 

1,250,000 



Estimated 
Yearly 
Output 



$ 33,000 



1,000,000 
450,000 
950,000 



Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 



120 
300 
295 



No. 



Hours, Wages, Etc. 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 
Per 
Cent 
Read 
and 
Virite? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mill 






s 


a 


o 


CI 


a 

&.2 
O S3 


Highest 

Paid 

Women 

Lowest 

Paid 

Women 


No. 


7 


5 

3 
32 
38 
84 


4 
38 


12 

6 
134 
98 

279 


S 5.00 


S 1.00 


S 1.25 S 1.00 


monthly or on 
demand 


100 




1 


3 




2 
3 
4 
5 


102 


5.00 
3.75 

6.75 


1.50 

1.87 
2.50 


3.75 \ 1.00 
3.50 1.87 
3.75 j 1.75 




95 
95 
92-1 


350 
200 
750 


56 
157 


semimonthly 

semimonthly 



CHAPTER V 



KNITTIXG MILLS 

The knitting industry of the State shows a gratifying growth dur- 
ing the last biennial period, as indicated by the reports for 1918. 
The increases in amount of capital, the value of yearly output, and 
the number of persons employed is especially noteworthy. The wage 
increases are about w^hat might be expected under the conditions pre- 
valent. 

Several standardized brands of ISTorth Carolina knit goods are be- 
coming well known throughout the United States, and it is probable 
that the post-war demands abroad will further extend the bounds of 
their selling territory. 

The total number of mills reporting this year is 131, an increase 
of 44 over report for 1916. 

The table below is a condensed summary from the complete tables 
in the following pages : 

SUMMARY 



Items 


Number 
Reporting 


1918 


Increase 


Tottil capitcil stock 


. 117 
97 
95 

7 

77 

54 

112 

lis 

119 
51 
119 
117 
114 
116 
113 


S 10.262.285 

33,783,094 

28,928,458 

213,696 

10,784 

909 

11,337 

5.114 

9,323 

1.295 

15,832 

$ 4..52 

1.84 

3.09 

1.29 


$ 6,153,786 


Pounds Tdw matoria;! used 


207,247 


Estimated value yearly output 


15,5:6,242 










Number horse-power reported 

Nuinber men employed 




867 


Number women employed 


3,185 


Number children employed 


447 


Total number employees 


4,599 


Highest average wage paid men 

Lowest average wage paid men 

Highest average wage paid women.. 
Lowest average wage paid women.. . 


$ 1.63 

.74 

1.17 

.46 



Twenty mills use steam for power ; 79 use electricity exclusively ; 
7 steam and electricity; 11 internal combustion engines; 1 water; 
4 steam and water. 

The average number of hours constituting a day's work is 10; 
week, 60 hours. 



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Dept. Labor, 1918—6 



82 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Knitting Mills, by 



No, 



County 



Poatoffice 



Alamance 

....do 

....do. 

.—do. 

....do.... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

Burke 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

-...do 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 

....do 

Cabarrus. 

Caldwell-. 
....do 

Catawba. 
...-do 



1 



29 ....do...- 

.do 

.do 

...-do 

33 ....do 

34 Chatham 

35 .—do 

36 Cleveland 

37 ....do -. 

38 !....do 

..do 

....do 

....do - 

..-.do - — 

Chowan 

Cumberland --. 

Davidson 

Durham 

--.do 

-.-do 

...-do 

...-do— -. 

— .do 

—do 



39 .. 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

60 

61 

62 



Burlington 

-..do 

—do 

....do 

-..do- 

.—do- 

....do — ' 

....do - 

Haw River 

.—do— 

...-do — 

-.-do -.- 

Graham 

Mebane 

Connelly Springs. 

Drexel 

Hildebran 

Icard -.- 

-..-do 

Morganton --_ 

..--do 

Valdese 

.--do- 

Concord 

Lenoir 

Collettsville — 

Claremont 

Hickory 

...-do - 

-...do — . 

--.do - 

Newton 

....do-. 

Pittsboro 

Siler City. 

Boiling Springs.— 

Lawndale 

Shelby 

-...do 

...-do 

.-..do 

.--do 

Edenton 

Fayetteville.-. 
Thomas ville.. 
Durham - 

-—do 

--_do 

---do- -.. 

.---do 

East Durham 
--..do.... 



Mill 



Alamance Hosiery Mills- 



..1 



Curio Hosiery Mills 

Daisy Hosiery Mills 

National Dye Works 

Sellers Hosiery Mills 

Southern Hosiery Mill 

Walker Hosiery Mills 

Whitehead Hosiery Mill 

Maple Crest Hosiery Mill 

Max Lieberman, Inc.. 

Regina Hosiery Mfg. Co.. 

Riverside Hosiery Mills 

White Cotton Co 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 8... 

Klison Hosiery Mills... 

Drexel Knitting Co 

J. A. Cline & Son 

Highway Knitting Mills 

Icard Mfg. Co 

Garron Knitting Mills 

Vandois Knitting Mill 

Liberty Hosiery Mills 

Waldensian Hosiery Mill 

G. H. Y. Hosiery Co 

Lenoir Hosiery Mills 

Collettsville Hosiery Mills 

Claremont Hosiery Mills Co 

The Best Knitting Mills 

Elliott Knitting Mills 

Hickory Hosiery Mill 

Ranford Knitting Mills 

Fidelity Hosiery Mills 

Ridgeview Hosiery Mill Co 

Elizabeth Hosiery Mills 

Siler City Hosiery Mills 

Wismer Hosiery Mills 

Elmore Knitting Co 

Carpenter-Baber Hosiery Mills . 

Lihomac Hosiery Mills 

Minnie Hosiery Mills 

Olive Hosiery Mills Co 

Shelby Hosiery Mill Co 

Edenton Hosiery Mills 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co 

Thomasville Hosiery Mills 

Bowling-Emory Knitting Co.... 

Chatham Knitting Mills Co 

Durham Hosiery Mill 

Knit-Well Hosiery Mills 

North State Knitting Mill 

Banner Hosiery Mills 

Crystal Hosiery Mill Co 



President 



Schoffner & Young 
Proprietors ._. 



G. H. Anthony 

D. E. Sellers 

D. E. Sellers, Prop.... 

J. M. Browning 

D. D. DeMose 

L. C. Chrisman 

Max Lieberman 

Max Lieberman 

Wm. I. Ward 

J. A. Long 

Wm. E. White 

J. S. Carr, Jr.. 

O. L. Williams 

S. Huffman 



W. Y. Frazier. 
D. B. MuH— . 

F. Garron 

J. L. Garron-- 
J. L. Garron. - 
J. L. Garron. - 
W. W. Flow... 
F. P. Moore— 
J. L. Garron.. 
H. L. Amat... 



W. Lyerly 

H. D. Anna—. 
G. E. Ransom. 
D. M. Ansley.. 
L. F. Long 



J. M. Stout 

Dr. J. W. Wood.. 

C. J. Yelton 

M. A. Carpenter . 
George A. Hoyle. 



S. S. Royster 

J. H. Hull-— 

C. D. Webb, Owr.. 
E. H. Williamson- 

G. A. Evans 

H. E. Perry 

A. W. Sorrell 

J. L. Carr, Jr 

T. A. Clark 

J. S. Carr, Jr 

G. M. Perry 

James Baugle 



Knitting Mills 



83 



Counties, Capital Stock, Officers, Etc. 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 


si 

(Dm 


Capital 

Stock 


Product 
Sold Direct 
or Through 

Agents? 


Agent's Name 


No. 




1916 
1916 
1898 
1917 
1907 
1913 
1917 
1907 


$ 10,000 


direct 




1 




both 


Heyman & Hawthorne, N. Y 


9 


W. H. May 


55,000 
47,000 


direct ._ 


3 


W. H. May 






4 




direct 




5 


C. J. Boland. 


20,000 
27,000 
41,440 
25,000 
25,000 
18,200 
10,000 
■5,000 


direct 


6 


C. A. Walker -... 




7 


R. H. Whitehead,... 
John Coble 


agents 

direct 


Daisy Whitehead Knitting Co., N. Y 


8 
9 


John M. Coble 


1916 
1909 
1917 
1917 
1913 


direct 


in 


R. K. Lasley 


agent ... 




11 


R. K. Lasley . .. 


agent 

direct 


Walker, H., Mills Co 


12 


S. S. Holt 


13 


C. M. Can- 


direct 




14 


B. M. Spratt, Jr 


30,000 
30,000 






15 


W. Huffman 


1917 


agent 


H. Vaughan, N. Y 


16 
17 


W. Y. Frazier 


1916 
1914 
1917 
1914 
1917 
1901 
1916 
1917 
1917 
1917 
1913 
1910 
1906 
1916 
1900 
1913 
1908 
1918 
1918 
1917 
1918 
1918 
1918 
1916 
1916 
1918 
1898 
1916 
1916 
1907 
1898 
1917 
1913 
1917 
1917 


10,000 
15,250 

130,000 
22,000 
15,000 
34,000 
36,000 
3,700 

100,000 
2,500 




■ 


18 


D. H. Fulbright 


direct 




19 


E. D. Alexander 


both 




7,0 


E. D. Alexander 


direct 


9\ 


F. Garron 


direct .■ 


">•>, 


F. Garron.. 


direct _ 


n 


J. F. Goodman 


agent. 


Cannon MiUs, N. Y 


94 


Joe C. Moore.. 




95 


L G. Green 


agent 

both 

both 

agent.. 

agent 

agents 


Garron Knitting Mills.. 


■^fi 


G. E. Setzer 


C. S. Grove, Hickory, N. C. 


97 




C. S. Grove 


?8 


E. Lyerly 

E. L. Shuford. 


25,000 
31,000 
15,000 
20,000 
43,600 



Condit & Arnold, Indianapolis, Ind 

Daisy Whitehead Knitting Co., N. Y 


29 
30 
31 


L. H. Phillips 


both 


Condit & Arnold, N. Y 

Cannon Mills, N. Y 


39 


J. A. Gaither 


agent 

agent . 


33 
■^4 


Ti. T,. Wrfinn 


12,000 
10,000 
11,000 

3,000 
10,000 

5,000 
10,000 
10,600 


direct 




35 


Dr. A. B. Holland .. 


direct 




36 


E. E. McKinney 

R. E. Carpenter 


agent 


J. P. Voorhees, Shelby Hosiery Mills Co.... 


37 

38 


L. E. Ligon 


agent 




39 


H. D. Wilson 

D. W. Royster.. 

L. M. HuU 


agent 

agent 

direct 


E. W. Parks, N. Y.. 

E. M. Townsend & Co 


40 
41 
4-^ 




agent 

direct 


Daisy Whitehead Knitting Co., N. Y 


■13 


S. G. Haigh 


200,000 

10,200 

29,000 

100,000 

3,000,000 

5,000 . 

77,700 

20,000 

25,000 > 


44 


W. C. Pennington... 






45 


T. 0. Sorrell 


direct .. 




46 


W. T. Cole 


direct ... 




47 


C. McD. Carr 


direct 


i 


48 


E. H. Avent 


direct 




49 


W. J. Berry.... 


direct ....... 


50 


J. H. Emory 


direct . .. 


51 


C. L. Higbee 


direct i... 


52 



84 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 




90 

91 
92 

93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 



Durham ' East Durham Louise Knitting Mills E. C. Stone 

do I West Durham Pilot Hosiery Mills W.P.Clements.. 

Edgecombe I Tarboro Runnymede Mills, No. 1 1 George Howard.. 

.do.. ..' do Runnymede Mills, No. 2 George Howard.. 

O. W. Kerner 

W. L. Siewers 

James G. Hanos . 

P. H. Hanes 

W. L. Siewers 

N. B. Kendrick.. 



Forsyth Kerners\'ille American Hosiery Mills 

do.. ! Winston-Salem Carolina Mills Co 

do .' do I Hanes Hosiery Mills Co 

do J do I P. H. Hanes Knitting Co 

do .|....do ' The Maline Mills 

Gaston... Cherryville Gaston Knitting Mills 

do ' do Josephine Knitting Mills [ D. R. Mauney 

do... '; Gastonia Standard Knitting Mills W.K.Adams 

do do -' Wilson-Bell Co 

Granville Oxford ' Hemshaw Hosiery Mills 

Guilford Greensboro Latham Mills, Inc 

do j High Point ; Ames Hosiery Mills 

do do : Commonwealth Hosiery Mills 

do ..I do - Crown Hosiery Mill 

do do Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3. 

do ! do High Point Hosiery Mills 

do i do High Point Underwear Co. ... 

do j do Moffitt Underwear Co 

do do Piedmont Mills Co 

do _| do Royal Hosiery Mills 

do ' do I Slane Hosiery Mills 

do do Standard Underwear Mills 

Halifax Enfield... Enfield Hosiery Mills Co 

do. _' Halifax I Halifax Hosiery Mills 



F. L. Wilson 

H. M. Shaw, owner... 

J. E. Latham. 

Col. Wescott Roberson 

J. S. Cox... 

T. A. Kearn 

J. S. Carr, Jr 

J. H. Adams 

R. B. Terry.. 

Chas. E. Ha>T\-orth... 

J. H. Adams 

J. E. Thompson 



G. H. Kearns. 
R. H. Ricks... 



do .._! Scotland Neck j Crescent Hosiery Co L. M. Pittman 

do do Scotland Neck Cotton Mills A. McDowell 

do.._.-. Weldon Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co W. T. Shaw 

Harnett I Duke Coats Hosiery Mills I J. M. Byrd 

Henderson [ East Flat Rock..., The Skyland Hosiery Mill 1 M. G. Starrett 

do ! Hendersonville ' Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mills.. | J.O.Bell 

do. i do Grey Hosiery Mills j Jas. P. Grey, Owr 

Iredell Statesville i Liberty Hosiery Mills W.F.Hall 

do do Queen Hosiery Mills Co 

do do i Walton Hosiery Mill 



F. B. Bunch. 

J. Walton and J. Wal- 
ton, Jr., Props 

Lee Jonesboro ■ Louise Knitting Mills.. E. C. Stone 

Lenoir Kinston Orion Kmtting Mills Henry Tull... 



McDowell. 

....do 

....do 



Marion : Carolina Hosiery Mills .j R. L. Greenlee 

do Elizabeth James Mills ..! C. F. James, Owr. 

do Marion Knitting Mills j S. H. Yancey 



Martin : Robersonville Roberson Hosiery Mills.. ...! A. E. Smith, Prop.. 

Mecklenbiu-g Charlotte Charlotte Knitting Co.... ' R.J.Walker 

do do Defiance Sock Mills Morehead Jones 

Montgomery Troy Troy Knitting Mills Co.... J. C. Hurley. 

Moore ' Cameron Regal Hosiery Mills R. D. Jones 

do I Carthage ! Bismark Hosiery Mills, Inc | J. R. McQueen 



102 ! Nash* Rocky Mount ' Rocky Mount Hosiery Co j J. C. Braswell. 



*Plant in Nash. 



Knitting Mills 



Continued 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 



><fA 



Capital 
Stock 



Product 
Sold Direct 
or Through 

Agents? 



Agent's Name 



No. 



K. C. Stone 

N. C. Carlton.... 
W. S. Howard... 

W. S. Howard 

J. G. Kerner , 

F. D. Tillotson.. 
James N. \yeeks- 
P. H. Hanes, Jr. 

W. J. Hege 

A. B. Cook 



G. R. Spencer. 
E. O. Bell 



R. D 
R. T. 
H. A, 
G. H 
W. F. 
J. E. 
CD, 
H. A. 
J. E. 
J. W. 



. Douglas... 

Amos. 

, White 

. Kearn 

Carr., Sec. 
Millis 

Smith 

Moffitt 

Millis. 

Kearns 



H. C. Kearns, Jr 

George T. Andrews . 

T. H. Gregory. 

F. A. Cherry 

H. T. Clark 

W. A. Pierce 

N. T. Patterson 

E. H. WeUs 

R. P. Freeze 



R. E. Clapp.. 
R. C. Bunch. 



K. C. Stone.. 
J. F. Taylor. 



J. W. Streetman. 
W. W. Neal 



1914 
1916 
1900 
1907 
1903 
1903 
1914 
1903 
1902 
1918 
1918 
1917 
1918 
1918 
1917 
1916 
1916 
1913 
1907 
1904 
1918 
1918 
1909 
1916 
1912 
1916 
1910 
1914 
1901 
1890 
1899 
1914 
1907 
1914 
1916 
1906 
1917 

1912 
1917 
1890 

1913 
1918 
1909 



S 75,000 

75,000 

120,000 

32,000 

100,000 

40,000 

200,000 

2,000,000 

100,000 

13,000 

15,000 

40,000 

4,600 



K. S. Tanner. 
Barna Allen.. 
C C. Jones... 
W. H. Currie.. 



1917 
1917 
1914 
1908 
1917 



125,000 
45,000 
37,500 
45,000 



70,500 
7,700 
25,000 
40,000 
12,200 



15,000 
100,000 

15,000 

36,100 
112,520 

77,825 

9,100 

192,250 

37,000 



29,100 
35,000 

15,000 
75,000 
60,000 

12,800 
7,500 
13,000 



65,000 
100,000 
25,000 
7,500 
50,000 



agent. 



Cannon Mills. 













agent 


Charles Chapman Sons Co. 


N. Y 






agent. 


Cannon Mills, N. Y. 










agents .... 



C. S. Andrews 

agents : E. D. Sealy & J. L. Porter Co., N. Y. 

agent ' Charles Chapman's Sons Co., N. Y... 



direct ' 

direct. _| 

agents j Clift & Goodrich, N. Y.. 

agent Clift & Goodrich, N. Y.. 

direct 



direct 

agent R. C. King & Co., N. Y.... 

agent Camp Corporation, N. Y.. 

direct 

direct 

direct 

direct. ._i 



agent ' Wm. H. Shelp & Co., N. Y 

agent May Hosiery Mill 

agent Charles Chipman's Sons Co., N. Y. 

agent ' Cannon Mills, N. Y 

agent.. ', E. M. Townsend & Co., N. Y 

direct , 

both ' 



agents. L. C. Vaughan, N. Y 

agent Cannon Mills, N. Y 

both ..! Norman Gould, N. Y., Charles Miller, Cin- 

I cinnati 

agents ' 



agents ! Cliver-Wright-Rainey Co., Cincinnati- 
agents I W. M. Ailing, N. Y 

agent Charles Chipman's Sons Co., N. Y 

agents ..; E. M. Townsend & Co., N. Y 

direct. .1 

agent... 
agent... 



1905 I 75,000 



.! J. E. Kenneth; L. C. Vaughan 

.! L. C. Vaughan, National Hosiery Mills; 

Latham Mills. 

both I L. C. Vaughan and Laster Bros., N. Y. ... 



53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 



97 



100 



101 
102 



86 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 




103 
104 
105 
106 
107 

108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 

129 
130 
131 
132 



New Hanover. _ Wilmington Wilmington Hosiery Mill 

Orange— _! Chapel Hill Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 4. 

do j Efland Efland Hosiery IMill 

Pasquotank j Elizabeth City Elizabeth City Hosiery Mills.. 

do .' do The Ideal Hosiery Co.._ 



John H. Kuck... 

J. S. Carr, Jr 

M. P. Efland 

D. B. Bradford... 
M. B. Morrisette . 



do do. Pasquotank Hosiery Co 

do ' do Standard Mfg. Co 

Polk I Tryon Tryon Hosiery Mfg. Co 

Pender j Atkinson Atkinson Hosiery Mills 

Randolph Asheboro Acme Hosiery Mills 

do I do Asheboro Hosiery Mills 

do Randleman Randleman Hosiery Mills Co. 

Rowan | Albemarle Lillian Knitting Mills Co 

do ] Salisbury Meredith Hosiery Mfg. Co 

Rutherford 1 EUenboro EUenboro Hosiery Mill Co 

do. .1 Forest City Wingo Mfg. Co 

do I Spindale Parsley & Tanner, Inc 

Stanly. ■ Albemarle Lillian Knitting Mills Co. 



do _ do 

Vance | Henderson. 

Wake -I Raleigh 

do do 

do Morris\'ille. 

do Wendell 

do. Zebulon 



Wiscassett Jlills Co 

Henderson Hosiery Co 

Glenwood Knitting Mill 

Melrose Knitting Mills Co.. 
Morrisville Knitting Mill... 
Wendell Knitting Mills Co.. 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills 

Warren Littleton Littleton Knitting Mill Co. 



Wayne Goldsboro 

Wilkes.. ...I North Wilkesboro 

Wilson ...' Wilson 



N. Burfoot 

D. Van Horn 

S. M. Robinson 

E. A. Hames, Sr. ... 

D. B. McCrary 

Virgil Presnel 

J. J. Newlin 

J. S. Efird 

W. L. Horah 

D. B. Harrill... 

J. T. Alexander 

K. S. Tanner 

J. S. Efird. 

J. W. Cannon 

W. B. Waddoll 

W. E. RatclifT, Owt. 

F. T. Ward 

S. R. Horner 

Maynard Mangum_. 

T. J. Horton 

J. M. Bragg. 



Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 5. 

Wilkes Hosiery Mills 

Runnymede Mills, No. Bf 



J. S. Carr, Jr.. 



do. ' do I Wilson Knitting Mills Co. 



George Howard. 
A. McDowell 



*Sell to finishing mills. 
tSame as last report. 



Knitting Mills 



87 



Continued 



Secretary or 
Treasurer 



R. E. Calder 

C. M. Carr 

J. L. Efland 

G. F. Seyffert... 
W. H. Jennings- 



IB m 



W. H. JenningS--- 
H. W. Morrisette. 

Henry Bray 

E. A. Hames, Jr.. 



1915 
1909 
1913 
1902 
1917 

1914 
1918 



Capital 
Stock 



8 31,500 



N . M. Cranf ord - 

A. N. Bulla 

A. L. Patterson. 



A. S. Harrill 

W. P. Leister 

W. JVI. Parsley... 
A. L. Patterson. 

J. A. Groves 

W. A. Hunt 



C. B. Park.... 
R. S. Dodd... 
M. A. Griffin. 
J. E. Parker.. 



C. McD. Carr. 



W. S. Howard. 
C. W. Jeffreys.. 



1917 
1908 
1917 
1892 
1915 
1912 
1918 
1917 
1914 
1905 
1898 
1916 



1900 
1909 
1913 
1907 
1918 



1918 
1910 



13,300 

150,000 

8,200 

24,000 
12,000 
60,000 
12,000 
26,000 
35,000 
26,850 
68,600 
15,000 
10,000 
12,000 
55,000 
68,600 
600,000 
35,000 



Product 
Sold Direct 
or Through 

Agents? 



25,700 
50,000 
26,850 
26,800 
20,000 



27,500 
50,000 



Agent's Name 



agent Hinckerman-Vezine & Co., N. Y.. 

direct 

direct 



No. 



direct --- 

both : Daisy Whitehead Knitting Co., and Fred A. 

i Williams, N. Y 

both F. A. Williams, N. Y 

direct - 

direct 

direct --- -- 

direct... 
agent... 
direct... 

' Cannon Mills, N. Y 

agent.. May Hosiery Mills, Burlington, N. C. 

direct ' 



John M. Gwin, N. Y. 



agent E. M. Townsend & Co., N. Y.. 

both Cannon Mills, N. Y 

agent Cannon Mills, N. Y , 



agent 

both H. S. Meyer & Co., St. Joseph, Mo.. 

agent ' Clift and Goodrich, N. Y. 

direct 

agent 



agent. ' Norfolk Hosiery and Underwear MiUs Co., 

Norfolk, Va... 

agent Durham Hosiery Mill, N. Y. 



direct- 
direct. 



103 
104 
105 
106 

107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 

128 
129 
130 
131 
132 



88 



jSTorth Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — List of Mills, 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Spinning 

or 
Knitting? 



Class of Goods Manufactured 



Alamance Hosiery Mills 
Curio Hosiery Mills 



Burlington. 
....do. 



Daisy Hosiery Mills do. 

National Dye Works | do. 

Sellars Hosiery Mills i do. 

Southern Hosiery Mill do. 

Walker Hosiery Mills ' do. 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 

Knitting.. 
Dye. & fin 
Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 



Men's half-hose 

Men's half-hose, cotton and 
mercerized. 
Hosiery 



Cotton hosiery 

Children's and men's hose. 



Whitehead Hosiery Mill do 

Maple Crest Hosiery Mill Haw River 

Max Lieberman do 

Regina Hosiery Mfg. Co I do 

Riverside Hosiery Mills do 

White Cotton Co ! Graham 

Durham Hosiery Mills i Mebane 

Klison Hosiery Mills I Connelly Springs. 

Drexel Knitting Co ' Drexel 

J. A. Cline & Son i Hildebran 

Highway Knitting Mills < Icard 



Icard Mfg. Co do 

Garron Knitting ^Mills Morganton 

Vandois Knitting Mill do 

Liberty Hosiery Mills Valdese 

Waldensian Hosiery Mill do 

G. H. Y. Hosiery Co Concord 

Lenoir Hosiery Mills Lenoir 

Collettsville Hosiery Mills Collettsville 

Claremont Hosiery Mills Co Claremont 

The Best Knitting Mills. Hickory 

Elliott Knitting Mills Hickory 

Hickory Hosiery IMill do 

Ranford Knitting Mills Catawba 

Fidelity Hosiery Mills Newton 

Ridgeview Hosiery Mill Co do 

Elizabeth Hosiery Mills Pittsboro 

Siler City Hosiery Mills. Siler City 

Winner Hosiery Mills Boiling Springs. 

Elmore Knitting Co Lawndale 

Carpenter-Baber Hosiery Mills ...I Shelby 

Lihomac Hosiery Mills I do 

Minnie Hosiery Mills I do 

Olive Hosiery Mills Co do 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knittings 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Men's half-hose 

Hosiery 

Socks _. 

Hosiery. 

Hose 

Tubing, 

Children's Hosiery. 
Cotton hosiery 



Ladies' and men's hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery. 

Hosiery _ 

Cotton hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Ladies' hosiery 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Half-hose 

Hose and socks... 

Hosiery 

Ladies' and infants' hose 

Ladies' and infants' cot. hose 

Hosiery 

Ladies' cotton hosiery 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Half-hose... 
Men's hose.. 
Half-hose... 
Half-hose... 

Hosiery 

Half-hose... 



Shelby Hosiery Mill Co ' do 

Edenton Hosiery Mills Edenton 

Holt-WiUiamson Mfg. Co ' FayetteviUe... 

ThomasviUe Hosiery Mills Thomasville... 

Bowling-Emory Knitting Co I Durham.. 

Chatham Knitting Mills Co ' do 

Durham Hosiery Mills \ do 

Knit-Well Hosiery Mills j do 

North State Knitting Mill I do 

Banner Hosiery Mills.. I East Durham. 



Knitting- 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 

Both 

Knitting. 



Knitting. 

Both 

Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Men's half-hose, dyers and 
finishers 

Ladies' and men's hosiery.. 
Men's half-hose 

Weav. yarn and knit wristing 
Misses and children's hose 



Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Half-hose. 



Knitting Mills 



89 



Nicmier of Machines, Etc. 



Number 
Spindles 



Number 
Knitting 
Machines 



Number 
Cards 



Nuraber 
Sewing 
Machines 



Power Used 



Number 
Horse- 
power 



188 



20 
50 

148 



electric. 

electric, 
electric, 
electric- 
electric, 
electric. 



Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 
of Raw 
Ma- 
terial 
Used- 
Pounds 



Esti- 
mated 
Value of 
Yearly 
Output 



12 30,000 S. 



9,000 
200,000 



30,000 



123,000 I 90,000 



' electric. 

' electric. 

1 electric. 

electric. 

electric. 

... electric. 
-..! electric. 



10 



150,000 
45,000 
40,000 

100,000 
20,000 



300,000 
175,000 

90,000 
100,000 

60,000 
138,600 



60 ' I 125,000 



Number 
Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 



300 
300 



290 



300 
275 
300 



164 
310 



No. 



9,984 



71 


3 






■ 170 


5 




38 1 


5 





160 1. 



115 

240 



50 



26 



oil engine 

electric 

steam 

electric 

electric 

kerosene 

electric 

electric 

oil engine 

oil engine 

gas engine .. 

electric 

steam and e. 
elec. and s... 

steam 

electric 

electric 

oil engine 

electric 

kerosene eng 
gas engine .. 

electric 

electric 

electric 



20 

12 

100 



50,000 

50,000 

130,000 

110,000 

9,000 

375,000 



25,000 
50,000 
200,000 
120,000 
14,000 
250,000 
275,000 



4,000 



60,000 , 50,000 

56,000 210,000 

40 j ...! 125,000 

25 I 239,000 : 85,000 

300,000 I 276,613 

200,000 ' 200,000 

15,000 I 



50 



10,000 ; 65,000 
12,500 i 13,800 



electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
electric, 
electric. 



25,000 
4,000 



50,000 



25 

20 j 30,000 

10 I 3,000 

575 1,830,000 

15 72,000 



30,000 



75,000 



308 



150 
310 



75 

208 



300 



151 

293 



309 
300 



300 
310 



70,000 



3,000 

50 

280 

119 



electric 

steam and w. 

electric 

electric 

electric 



27 



350,000 j 250,000 
15,000 :4, 000, 000 
29,000 : 36,000 
100,000 ; 500,000 
110,000 I 150,000 



300 



120 
300 
300 



90 



ISToKTH Carolij^ta Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2— 




87 



90 
91 
92 

93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 



Crystal Hosiery Mills Co East Durham I Knitting.. 



Louise Knitting Mills ' do I Knitting, 

Pilot Hosiery Mills : West Durham Knitting. 

Runnymede Mills, No. 1 ...j Tarboro Knitting. 

Runnymede Mills, No. 2 [ do Knitting. 

American Hosiery Mills Kernersvdlle Knitting. 

Carolina Mills Co i Winston-Salem i Knitting. 

Hanes Hosiery Mills Co do , Knitting. 

P. H. Hanes Knitting Co ' do Both 

The Maline Mills ' do Knitting. 

Gaston Knitting Mills ' Cherryville Knitting. 

Josephine Knitting Mills do j Knitting. 

Standard Knitting Mills Gastonia j Knitting. 

Knitting. 

Knitting. 

Knitting. 

Knitting. 

Knitting. 



.do. 



Wilson-Bell Co .....do 

Hemshaw Hosiery Mills Oxford 

Latham Mills, Inc \ Greensboro.. 

Ames Hosiery Mills High Point. 

Commonwealth Hosiery Mills.. 

Crown Hosiery Mill 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3.. 

High Point Hosiery Mills 

High Point Underwear Co i do I 

Moffitt Underwear Co. ;..'._do i 

Piedmont Mills Co ! do i Knitting. 

Royal Hosiery Mills ' do ' Knitting. 

Slane Ho.«iery Mills j do | Knitting. 

Standard Underwear Mills ' do Knitting. 

Enfield Hosiery Jlills Co 1 Enfield Knitting. 



.do j Knitting. 

.do i Knitting. 

.do Knitting. 



Men's half-hose 

Hosiery 

Ladies' and men's hosiery.. 

Misses' hose 

Half-hose and ladies'. 

Hosiery 

Ladies' and misses' cot. hos. 

Hosiery 

Men's and boys' underwear. 

Knit underwear 

Half-hose.. 

Men's half-hose 

Men's half-hose 

Men's half-hose 

Half-hose, mercerized.. 

Men's hose 

Hosiery .. 

Hose and half-hose 

Cotton hosiery 

Men's half-hose 

Hosiery 



Halifax Hosiery Mills 

Crescent Hosiery Co 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills. 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co 

Coats Hosiery Mills... 



Halifax Knitting. 

Scotland Neck Knitting. 

...do 

Weldon Knitting. 

Duke I Knitting. 



The Skyland Hosiery Mill ' East Flat Rock...! Knitting 



Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mills. 
Grey Hosiery Mills 

Liberty Hosiery Mills 

Queen Hosiery Mills Co 

Walton Hosiery Mill 

Louise Knitting Mills 

Orion Knitting Mills 



Henderson \ Knitting. 

Hendersonville I Knitting. 

StatesviUe j Knitting. 

do j Knitting. 



....do 

Jonesboro. 
Kinston 



Knitting. 
Knitting. 
Knitting. 



Carolina Hosiery Mills Marion Knitting. 

Elizabeth James Mills do Knitting. 

Marion Knitting Mills do... I Knitting. 

Roberson Hosiery Mills Robersonville Knitting. 

Charlotte Knitting Co... Charlotte ' Knitting. 



Defiance Sock Mills 

Troy Knitting Mills Co.. 
Regal Hosiery Mills 



Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 
Knitting.. 
Bismark Hosiery Mills, Inc Carthage. Knitting.. 



....do 

Troy , 

Cameron. 



Men's athletic sum. underwear 

Hosiery 

Ladies' hose, men's half-hose 

Hosiery 

Men's nainsook underwear . 

Misses' hose 

Children's and masses' hos'j' 

Children's cotton hosiery 

Cotton hosiery 

Men's cotton knit underwear 

Men's hose 

Half-hose for men, hose for 

women 

Cotton hose and half-hose.. 
Hosiery, women's and chil- 
dren's 

Ladies' and men's hosiery.. 

Hosiery 

Men's half-hose. 

Hosiery 

Hosiery — ladies, men's, and 

children's 

Hosiery 

Hosiery 

Half-hose 

Hosiery 

Men's half-hose 

Men's and ladies' hosiery 

Children's ribbed hosiery 

Half-hose. 

176 grey needle half-hose 



•Per week. 



Knitting Mills 



91 



Continued 



Number 
Spindles 


dumber 
^vnitting 
Machines 


Number dumber 
'-'^^'^^ Machines 


Power Used 


Number ' 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 
of Raw 
Ma- 
terial 
Used- 
Pounds 


Esti- 
mated 
Value of 
Yearly 
Output 


Number 
Days in 
Opera- ^ 

tibn ^^°- 
During 
Year 




73 . 

1 




10 


elec. and s 

electric 

electric 

steam 


15 


45,000 


S 60,000 


300 


52 






50 '. 






53 
.54 
55 








32 . 
70 
35 
80 












300,000 

200,000 

10,600 


300,000 
200,000 


289 




_- -..1 steam. ..1 


289 ! 56 





400 


J 15 


steam 




57 
58 
59 


1 




! 




i 


500 

228 i 


• 10 electric— 

175 533 electric. 

- steam 


100 : 1 750,000 , 


270 


27,500 


2,372 18,000,000 
200 , 900,000 


5,000,000 

500,000 i 

60,000 

50,000 

240,000 

50,000 : 

65,000 

100,000 

225,000 

100,000 

350,000 

750,000 

500,000 


297 1 60 
304 j 61 


! 


27 
30 
72 
25 
20 
100 
81 
88 


1 j electric. 

1 ' electric 


7 
5 






62 
63 




11,000 


78 




1 


electric 


! 


148 64 




electric... 


5 
5 

25 
27 
25 
75 
125 


5,000 

*600 

100,000 


60 65 






.. . electric 




66 
67 
68 


100 


1 
1 


electric 

electric 

electric 

electric. 

electric 

electric 


150 
300 




75,000 
500,000 


j 


69 




300 
300 
310 
140 


70 






, 




71 






1 




750,000 


72 








66 
50 




5 


73 








electric 






74 








electric... 

electric 

electric 


40 


1,200,000 
125,000 
150,000 


800,000 
100,000 
200,000 


310 
300 
280 


75 




64 
82 


:::;::;;:: 


4 
2 


76 




77 




78 










steam 

kerosene 


80 
8 




225,000 

75,000 

150,000 

450,000 




79 




47 


. 




50,000 

9,000 

350,000 





80 








300 


81 










steam and e... 


100 
50 
20 

90 
30 

23 
40 

27 
15 
21 

200 
50 
7 
50 
25 
21 
20 
13 
20 
J 20 


8? 


3,636 








310 


83 








steam 


40,000 

350,000 
90,000 

60,000 
400,000 
100,000 
85,000 
55,000 

273,626 


40,000 

350,000 
175,000 

125,000 

200,000 

75,000 

58,000 


84 




200 




3 


electric 

electric 

electric. 

electric 

electric. 

electric 

electric 

steam. 

steam 


312 
300 

300 

290 




85 






86 




76 
207 
100 




2 
5 
3 


87 






88 






89 






280 
275 

285 


90 




52 




11 


91 






341,009 


92 










93 




40 
75 
79 
54 






electric 

steam 




35,000 
150,000 
50,000 
66,211 
250,000 
25,000 
40,000 
50,000 


100 
312 

280 
310 
295 
200 
300 
1 300 


94 






1 
5 

1 


125,000 
75,000 
29,868 
62,000 
20,000 
50,000 
65,000 


95 






steam. 


96 






electric 

electric 

electric. 

steam 


97 






98 




30 






99 








loo 




90 




2 


steam 


1 101 



92 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — 




102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 

110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 

123 

124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 



Rocky Mount Hosiery Co Rocky Mount Knitt: 

Wilmington Hosiery Mill Wilmington. Knitt: 

Durham Hosiery ilills, No. 4 Chapel Hill Both. 

Efland Hosiery Mill Efland Knitt; 

Elizabeth City Hosiery Mills Elizabeth City 1 Knitt: 

The Ideal Hosiery Co do. ! Knitt 

Pasquotank Hosiery Co do Knitt 

Standard Mfg. Co do ..i Knitt 

Tryon Hosiery Mfg. Co.. Tryon. ! Knitt 

Atkinson Hosiery Mills Atkinson , Knitt 

Acme Hosiery Mills ..' Asheboro j Knitt 

Asheboro Hosiery Mills Asheboro i Knitt: 

Randleman Hosiery Mills Co. Randleman... 

Lillian Knitting Mills Co Albemarle 

Meredith Hosiery Mills Salisbury 

Ellenboro Hosiery Mill Co.. Ellenboro 

Wingo Mfg. Co.._ : Forest City... 

Parsley & Tanner, Inc Spinaale 

Lillian Knitting Mills Co j Albemarle — 

Wiscassett Mills Co ■ do 

Henderson Hosiery Co. ; Henderson 



Glenwood Knitting Mill. 



Raleigh. 



Knitt 

Knitt 

Knitt 

Knitt: 

Knitt 

Knitt: 

Both 

Knitt: 

Knitt 



Melrose Knitting Mills Co ..do. Knitt 

Morrisville Knitting Mill. [ Morrisville ' Knitt: 

Wendell Knitting Mills Co ! Wendell ! Knitt: 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills ■ Zebulon ' Knitt 

Littleton Knitting Mill Co Littleton 1 Knitt 

Knitt 
Knitt 
Knitt: 
Knitt 



Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 5 Goldsboro 

Wilkes Hosiery Mills... ' No. Wllkesboro... 

Runnymede Mills, No. 3*... Wilson 

Wilson Knitting Mills Co Wilson 



Cotton hosiery 

Cotton half-hose 

Hosiery and hosiery yarn 

Hosiery. 

Hosiery 

Men's half-hose 

Children's and misses' hos'y. 
Ladies', Men's, and misses, 

cotton hose 

Hosiery 

Men's cotton half-hose. 

Hosiery 

Men's half-hose 

Children's cotton hose 

Cotton hosiery 

Men's half-hose 

Men's half-hose 

Half-hose 

Hosiery 

Cotton hosiery 

Ladies' and children's hose. 
Women's and men's cotton 

hosiery 

Men's, women's, and chil- 
dren's hosiery 

Men's underwear 

Men's half-hose in gray 

Hosiery. 

Hosiery 

Hosiery . 

Hosiery 

Men's half-hose. 

Hosiery 

Men's 176-needle half-hose... 



*Same as last report 



Knitting Mills 



93 



Continued 



Number 
Spindles 


Number 
Knitting 
Machines 


Number 
Cards 


Nurnber 
Sewing 
Machines 


Power Used 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Approxi- 
mate 
Amount 
of Raw 
Ma- 
terial 
Used — 
Pounds 


Esti- 
mated 

Value of 
Yearly 

Output 


Number 
Days in 
Opera- 
tion 
During 
Year 


No. 
















s 


300 


102 










electric. - 

electric 

oil engine 

steam and e... 

electric .-. 

electric 

electric... 

water and s... 
steam 


38 
550 

8 

185 

5 

25 

11 

60 
85 


150,000 
892,500 

60,000 
735,000 

20,000 
140,000 

25,000 
50,000 
30,000 


200,000 


103 


17,476 


47 


43 


4 


310 


104 


40,000 
532,345 

40,000 
100,000 

60,000 
150,000 
39,000 


105 




434 
30 
69 

41 
180 
33 




2 


293 
300 
290 

143 
310 


106 






107 






2 
1 

5 


108 






109 






110 






111 










112 




70 




2 
3 


elec. and s 


120,000 
125,000 
180,000 
28,800 
10,000 
20,000 
180,000 
500,000 


175,000 

150,000 

200,000 

17,280 


300 
290 
300 
200 
75 
120 
302 


113 




69 




electric 

electric 

electric. 

gas 

electric 

electric 

electric 

steam and w.. 

electric 

electric 

electric 

kerosene eng.. 

steam 

steam 

steam.. 

electric 

electric 

steam 

steam 


30 

40 

3 

I 

25 

60 

4,000 

i 13 

10 
68 
25 
25 
40 
45 

125 
6 

100 
75 


114 




90 
40 
32 
24 
-118 




115 








116 






1 
1 
3 


117 






345,600 

250,000 

450,000 

4,000,000 

60,000 


118 






119 






120 


85,000 


600 

65 

65 
30 




15 


300 
300 


121 




40,000 


122 






9 
60 


123 






400,000 
40,000 


200,000 
30,000 
75,000 




124 






200 
290 


125 




130 
137 




6 


126 








127 












128 










100,000 
37,000 
150,000 
150,000 






129 










50,000 
85,000 
200,000 




130 




123 
130 






296 
250 


131 








132 













94 



Worth Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3 — List of Mills, 



Mill 



Postoffice 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



Night 



Week 



Alamance Hosiery Mills Burlington 

Curio Hosiery Mills do 

Daisey's Hosiery Mills - do 

National Dye Works -.- do 

Sellars Hosiery Mills do 

Southern Hosiery Mill ' do 

Walker Hosiery Mills | do 

Whitehead Hosiery Mill -j do 

Maple Crest Hosiery MiU Haw River 

Max Lieberman I do 

Regina Hosiery Mfg. Co do 

Riverside Hosiery Mills do_ _ 

White Cotton Co.* -- Graham. 

Durham Hosiery Mills... ; Mebane 

Klison Hosiery Mills.. .- Connelly Springs. 

Drexel Knitting Co DrexeL.. 

J. A. Cline & Son ..i Hildebran 

Highway Knitting Mills Icard 

Icard Mfg. Co Icard 

Garron Knitting Mills.. .1 Morganton 

Vandois Knitting Mill ..I do 

Liberty Hosiery Mills Valdese 

Waldensian Hosiery Mill. do 

G. H. Y. Hosiery Co Concord 

Lenoir Hosiery Mills 

Collettsville Hosiery Mills CoUettsville 

Claremont Hosiery Mills Co... Claremont 

The Best Knitting Mills Hickory 

Elliott Knitting Mills do. 

Hickory Hosiery Mill ' do 

Ranford Knitting Mills ...1 Catawba... 

Fidelity Hosiery Mills I Newton 

Ridgeview Hosiery Mills Co do. 

Elizabeth Hosiery Mills Pittsboro. 

Siler City Hosiery Mills ' Siler City. 

Winner Hosiery Mills Boiling Springs. 

Elmore Knitting Co ..1 Lawndale. 

Carpenter-Baber Hosiery Mills '• Shelby. 

Lihomac Hosiery Mills j do. 

Minnie Hosiery Mills ' do. 

Olive Hosiery Mills do. 

Shelby Hosiery Mill Co do 

Edenton Hosiery Mills ' Edenton 

Holt-Williamson Mfg. Co Fayetteville.... 

Thomasville Hosiery Mills -| Thomasville... 

Bowling-Emory Knitting Co i Durham 

Chatham Knitting Mills Co do 

Durham Hosiery Mills do.. 

Knit-Well Hosiery Mills do 

North State Knitting Mill do 

Banner Hosiery Mills East Durham. 

Crystal Hosiery Mills Co do.. — 

Louise Knitting Mills do 



60 
55 
60 



60 
60 
60 
55 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
57 
60 
59 



65 



*Shut down. 



Knitting Mills 



95 



Numlier Employees, Wages, Etc. 



Employees 



25 
12 
75 
44 
100 
60 



38 



Wages 



30 
60 
100 
85 
145 
100 



50 



150 
25 
26 
40 
17 
2 

130 
25 






6,67 
5.83 
4.00 
6.60 
6.67 
6.00 



4.00 
3.25 
3.25 
4.00 
6.00 



7.50 
3.00 



O c3 






1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
2.50 



S 3.20 
3.00 
4.00 
3.00 
3.00 
4.00 



O c3 O 



1.33 
1.25 
1.50 
1.34 
1.33 
2.00 



1.75 
1.75 
2.00 
1.50 



When Paid 



What 

Per Qent 

Read 

and 

Write? 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



3.25 
3.00 
2.50 
3.00 
3.00 



2.00 
2.00 



5.00 
2.00 



1.75 
1.50 
1.50 
1.00 



weekly. 



2.00 
1.00 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly . 



Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 



100 
97J 
100 



100 
100 



95 
100 
100 
100 
100 



250 

200 

80 

400 

400 

25 

350 

35 

40 

60 



110 
35 



No. 



10 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 



40 



40 
18 
35 
90 
54 
16 
110 
91 



4.50 
3.25 
4.00 
3.33 
2.00 
3.00 
4.10 



1.75 
1.75 
2.00 
1.50 
2.00 
1.50 
2.30 



2.10 
2.00 
3.00 
2.30 
2.00 
2.50 
3.75 



1.00 
.75 
1.25 
1.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.23 



weekly 

semimonthly . 
semimonthly . 

weekly. 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly . 
weekly 



100 
100 
100 
100 
95 
90 
100 



200 

18 

150 



162 
25 
250 
273 



30 



23 
24 
40 

104 
89 
45 

115 
95 
18 
29 
11 
11 
20 
10 
4 
66 
25 
28 

205 
40 



2.50 
3.33 
2.50 
4.00 
2.75 



3.50 
4.00 
2.75 
5.00 
3.75 
4.12 
4.00 
4.00 
3.00 
3.50 
2.50 
5.00 
6.00 
3.00 



2.50 
1.00 



2.00 
1.33 
2.50 
2.50 
2.54 



1.00 
.50 
1.00 
1.50 
1.00 



1.50 
1.00 j 
1.00 

.75 
1.50 
2.25 
1.00 
1.00 

.75 
2.00 
1.00 
1.67 
1.75 
2.25 



2.50 
2.50 
3.00 
2.50 
2.60 
2.25 
3.00 
3.00 
1.00 
3.00 
2.00 
4.10 
3.00 



1.35 
1.00 
1.50 
.75 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



semimonthly . 
semimonthly , 
semimonthly . 
seniimonthly . 
weekly 



1.75 

1.00 

.83 

1.50 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly 

weekly 

semimonthly . 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly 



100 
100 
100 
97^ 
90 



100 
92i' 
100 
100 
100 
100 



100 
75 
100 
100 
100 
85 
100 



10 

50 

120 

312 

89 

135 

350 

300 

54 

100 

30 

25 

60 

15 

12 

66 

50 

40 

500 

SO 



50 100 
1,250 1,500 
18 
150 
38 
28 
120 



70 I 150 
250 3,000 
38 

10 200 
55 
34 
155 



20 



25 



5.00 
4.10 
6.00 
5.60 
5.12 
5.00 
5.00 



2.00 
1.67 
2.00 
2.50 
2.50 
1.50 
2.00 



4.00 
4.10 
3.75 
4.10 
4.12 
4.00 
4.00 



2.00 
1.67 
1.25 
2.00 
2.00 
1.25 
1.50 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



92i 
92i 
97 
100 
100 
100 
100 



350 

7,500 

38 

1,000 

55 

60 

400 



96 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3- 



No. 



97 



100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 



Mill 



Postoffice 



I\erners\dlle 

Winston-Salem, 
.-..do 



Pilot Hosiery Mills... W. Durham. 

Runnymede Mills, No. 1 : Tarboro 

Runnymede Mills, No. 2 do. 

American Hosiery Mills 

Carolina Mills Co 

Hanes Hosiery Mills Co 

P. H. Hanes Knitting Co ' do 

The Maline Mills_ , do..l 

Gaston Knitting Mills i Cherryvdlle 

Josephine Knitting IMills I do 

Standard Knitting Mills I Gastonia 

Wilson-Bell Co ' do 

Hemshaw Hosiery Mills... ' Oxford 

Latham Mills, Inc Greensboro 

Ames Hosiery Mills High Point 

Commonwealth Hosiery Mills do 

Crown Hosiery Mill ' do 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 3 do 

High Point Hosiery Mills ._ do 

High Point Underwear Co — ..do .... 

JIofRtt Underwear Co... do 

Piedmont Mills Co ' do 

Royal Hosiery Mills I do._ 

Slane Hosiery Mills ' do 

Standard Underwear Mills do_ 

Enfield Hosiery IMills Co ; Enfield 

Halifax Hosiery Mills Halifax 

Crescent Hosiery Co j Scotland Neck.. 

Scotland Neck Cotton Mills. ' do 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co. ! Weldon 

Coals Hosiery Mills... ' Duke 

The Skyland Hosiery Mill East Flat Rock . 

Freeze-Bacon Hosiery Mills Henderson 

Grey Hosiery Mills Hendersonville.. 

Liberty Hosiery Mills ■ Statesville 

Queen Hosiery Mills Co do 

Walton Hosiery Mill do 

Louise Knitting Mills | Jonesboro 

Orion Knitting Mills. Kinston 

Carolina Hosiery Mills.. Marion 

Ehzabeth James Mills ' do 

Marion Knitting Mills ' do 

Roberson Hosiery Mills j Robersonville... 

Charlotte Knitting Co.._ Charlotte 

Defiance Sock Mills do 

Troy Knitting Mills Co _ '< Troy 

Regal Hosiery Mills.. Cameron 

Bismark Hosiery Mills, Inc Carthage 

Rocky Mount Hosiery Co._ Rocky Mount... 

Wilmington Hosiery Mill ^Wilmington 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 4 ...' Chapel Hill 

Efland Hosiery Mill \ Efland 

Elizabeth City Hosiery Mills Elizabeth City.. 



Number Hours Worked 



Day 



10 1 
10 

10 !. 
10 1. 
10 !. 
10 |. 
10 I 
10 
10 
9 
10 
10 
9^ 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 

10 
10 

11 

10 
10 

11 



Night 



m 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
9 

10 
10 



Week 



55 

60 
60 
60 
60 
55 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 



55 
60 
60 



60 
55 
55 
56 
55 
56 
60 



57 
60 
60 
54 
60 
60 
60 
58 
60 
60 
49 
60 
55 



Knitting Mills 



97 



Continued 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 

Per Cent 

Read 

and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 








a 

1 
o 


1 

o 


CI a 
m5J -PS 

-as t3 


0) <u 


-P c 

1:2 s 

o So 


No. 


24 


68 




92 
147 

80 
100 


S 4.10 
6.67 
6.67 


S 2.04 
1.75 
1.75 


.? 4.59 
3.33 
3.33 


$ 1.50 
1.50 
1.50 


weekly 

semimonthly . 


991 

80 


90 
4.00 


54 

55 








sn ! "jnn 


56 








weekly i 100 ' 300 

weekly ' 92*' 150 

weekly 100 j 900 

weekly 95 3,500 

weekly 100 400 

weekly. | 100 18 

weekly ' 100 30 

weekly ' 55 

weekly 25' 

weekly 100 21 


57 








4.10 
6.67 
4.00 
5.00 
5.00 
3.33 
5.00 
5.00 


1.67 
3.00 
1.75 
1.75 
1.50 
2.50 
2.00 
1.67 


2.75 
5.92 
3.00 
3.50 
2.00 
1.67 
2.50 
2.00 


1.25 
2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.00 
1.33 
1.25 
1.33 


58 


100 

537 

50 

3 

2 

10 

3 

1 


300 

687 

125 

3 

8 

45 

8 

6 

50 

75 

40 


25 

10 
5 


300 

1,224 

200 

6 

10 

55 

11 

7 

80 

90 

60 


59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 


20 
15 
15 


4.25 
5.00 
6.25 
5.50 
5.00 
5.50 
4.00 
4.00 
5.50 
6.00 
4.50 
5.00 
4.00 


2.50 
2.00 
2.25 
2.00 
2.00 
2.25 
2.75 
2.00 
2.25 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.75 


4.25 
4.50 
2.75 
4.50 
4.00 
3.90 
4.62 
3.00 
3.50 
4.50 
3.50 
4.50 
2.75 


1.00 
1.60 
1.50 
1.75 
2.00 
1.50 
1.25 
1.00 
1.50 
1.25 
1.50 
1.25 


weekly. 

semimonthly _ 
semimonthly . 
semimonthly _ 
weekly 


97i 300 
90 100 
75 75 


67 
68 
69 
70 


50 
71 


300 

222 

4 

57 

319 
40 
50 
65 
60 
25 
30 

154 
47 
20 

110 
50 
35 
80 
40 
33 
40 

150 


100 
29 
40 

38 
2 

10 

55 

2 

20 

5 

10 
25 


450 

322 
44 
60 

463 
52 
75 
70 

100 
29 
55 

190 
70 
30 

210 
70 
45 

125 
60 
40 
64 

250 


99 1 1,500 
90-95 1.000 


71 

72 


3 
106 


semimonthly . 
weekly 


100 

100 

90-95 


132 
180 
1,200 
156 
225 

95 
300 

87 

55 
570 
350 

75 
600 
300 

75 
200 

60 
120 
200 
700 


73 
74 
75 


10 
25 

5 
40 

4 


semimonthly . 
semimonthly . 

monthly 

semimonthly . 


100 
75 
90 

100 


76 

77 
78 
79 
80 


15 
36 
23 
10 
45 
20 

8 
25 
15 

7 
24 
75 


5.00 
3.50 
5.80 
4.00 
5.00 
6.00 
4.30 
4.75 
4.50 
3.25 
5.00 
4.50 


2.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.25 
2.00 
4.00 
2.75 
2.00 
2.00 
1.75 
1.50 


2.50 
2.75 
4.50 
2.50 
3.00 
2.50 
2.00 
3.00 
3.00 
1.82 
3.50 
2.50 


1.25 
1.00 

.90 
1.25 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.25 
1.50 

.60 
1.50 
1.00 


semimonthly _ 
semimonthly . 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly . 

weekly...* 

semimonthly _ 
semimonthly . 
semimonthly _ 
semimonthly _ 

weekly 

semimonthly _ 


100 

99 
100 

93 

100 
100 
100 

97i 
100 

99 

96i 

95 


81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 


4 
15 


22 
65 


3 


29 
80 
40 
74 
76 
18 
21 
50 
200 
100 
185 
24 
350 


3.00 
5.00 


1.50 
2.00 


3.00 
4.00 


1.25 
1.50 


weekly 

semimonthly . 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly _ 

weekly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly . 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 


100 
100 

99 
100 

99 
100 
100 
100 

95 
100 

87i 
100 
87i 


87 

400 

99 


94 
95 
96 


17 

23 

2 

7 

8 

20 

15 

76 

6 

150 


57 
43 
16 
6 
42 

180 
85 
88 
18 

200 


9 
8 

21 


4.81 
5.00 
3.00 
3.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.00 
6.75 
3.25 
5.83 


1.75 
2.50 
1.25 
1.00 
1.25 
1.25 
3.00 
1.90 
1.75 
1.75 


4.23 
3.25 
2.50 
1.50 
2.25 
4.00 
. 2.00 
3.67 
3.00 
4.33 


.91 
1.50 
1.00 

.80 
1.25 

.75 
2.00 
1.67 
1.50 
1.00 


152 

228 

54 

50 

125 

500 

400 

555 

72 

700 


97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 



Dept. Labor, 1918—7 



ISToBTH Carolina Labob Statistics 



Table No. 3 — 



No. 



107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 



Mill 



Postoffice 



The Ideal Hosiery Co - Elizabeth City. 

Pasquotank Hosiery Co do 

Standard Mfg. Co.. do 

Tryon Hosiery Mfg. Co Tryon. 

Atldnson Hosiery Mills. j Atkinson 

Aome Hosiery Mills ' Asheboro.. 

Asheboro Hosiery Mills : do 

Randleman Hosiery Mills Co .j Randleman 

Lillian Knitting Mills Co Albemarle 

Meredith Hosiery Mills Salisbury. 

Ellenboro Hosiery Mills Co Ellenboro 

Wingo Mfg. Co Forest City 

Parsley & Tanner, Inc Spindale 

Lillian Knitting Mills Co Albemarle. 

W'iscassett Mills Co .; do. 

Henderson Hosiery Co.. 1 Henderson 

Glenwood Knitting Mill ..j Raleigh. 

Melrose Knitting Mills Co... -! do 

Morrisville Knitting Mill 1 Morrisville 

Wendell Knitting Mills Co 

Zebulon Hosiery Mills 

Littleton Knitting Mill Co 

Durham Hosiery Mills, No. 5 

Wilkes Hosiery Mills... 

Runnymede Mills, No. 3* 

Wilson Knitting Mills Co 



Number Hours Worked 



Wendell. 

Zebulon 

Littleton 

Goldsboro 

North Wilkesboro. 

Wilson 

....do. 



Day Night 



10 
10 ! 
9 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 

10 
10 
10 
9 

10 
10 



Week 



55 

55 
50 
60 
60 



60 
60 
60 
68 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
54 
60 
60 
60 
57 
55 
49 
60 
60 
55 



*Same as last report. 



Knitting Mills 



99 



Continued 



Employees 


Wages 


When Paid 


What 

Per Cent 

Read 

and 

Write? 


Esti- 
mated 
Number 
Persons 
Depend- 
ent on 
Mills 






0) 

s 


d 
g 
3 
3 
o 


o 


d 


a 

O 05 


m d 

PI 


.J d 

CO o 

O 03 O 


No. 


8 
27 
12 
55 

6 
60 


15 
46 
15 
91 
7 

140 
70 
48 
35 
15 
6 
10 
40 

100 

700 
20 
15 
50 
20 
15 
60 
8 

125 
20 
50 
65 


1 

15 

2 

19 
10 

12 
5 
5 
15 
10 

4 
125 


24 

. 72 
27 

146 
13 

200 
85 
55 
60 
15 
10 
13 
85 

138 
1,500 
37 
30 
80 
45 
33 

100 
17 

320 
23 
70 
95 


$ 5.92 
5.80 
5.00 
3.50 
4.61 
5.25 
5.50 
3.00 
4.00 


$ 2.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.75 
2.00 

2.00 
2.00 
2.50 


$ 3.33 
4.60 
3.33 
1.50 
2.83 
3.50 
4.50 
2.50 
2.50 
2.30 
2.00 
2.67 
3.33 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.67 
2.00 
2.50 
5.50 


$ 1.33 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

.75 

1.00 
1.50 
1.25 
1.00 
1.00 
1.50 
1.25 
1.25 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.33 
1.25 


weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly . 

weekly 

semimonthly . 
semimonthly _ 

weekly 

semimonthly . 

weekly.. 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly _ 
semimonthly _ 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly _ 


100 

98 
100 
90 
90 


40 
300 

35 
350 

36 
600 
200 
150 

90 

25 

30 

50 

100 

300 

6,000 

100 

60 
250 

30 
ICO 
400 

25 
1,200 

30 
210 
400 


107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 


15 

7 
10 


100 
98 

100 
100 
100 
100 

90 

90 
100 
100 

97i 
100 
100 

95 
100 
100 

90 
100 
100 


113 
114 
115 
116 


3 
3 

26 

28 

800 

5 

10 
25 
10 

8 
40 


2.75 
4.00 
3.33 
3.50 
6.00 
5.00 
4.50 
5.00 
3.00 
4.25 


2.00 
2.67 
1.50 
2.25 
2.10 
1.50 
2.00 
1.75 
1.67 
2.50 


117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 


5 
70 

3 

20 
30 


5.61 
3.42 
4.67 
3.00 
5.00 


1.67 
1.80 
1.50 
1.25 
3.00 


1.67 
3.00 
3.00 
2.17 
2.50 


.91 
1.10 
1.33 

.83 
1.50 


weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly . 

weekly 

semimonthly . 


128 
129 
130 
131 
132 



CHAPTER VI 



ETJKNITUEE FACTOKIES 

The Furniture Factories represent a branch of industry in ISTorth 
Carolina that has been affected adversely by the war. In addition to 
the restrictions placed on them in the nature of product, their raw 
material has been high in price and difficult to secure. The number 
of factories reporting is 89, as against 96 reporting for 1916. It is 
expected that as soon as the supply of materials is replenished and 
the war industries restrictions removed, the business will resume its 
normal progress. 

The conclusions drawn from the correlated reports are shown in 
the following condensed table : 

SUMMARY 



Items 


Number 
Reporting 


1918 


Increase 


Total capital stock- . 


79 
75 
84 
84 
78 
82 
41 
26 
82 
87 
86 
39 
38 
79 


$3,586,273.00 

4,054,456.00 

17,760,442.00 

3,771,915.00 

10, 694 

6, 005 

603 

325 

6, 933 

$ 3.77 

1.50 

1.93 

1.32 

88 


$282,930.00 
36.'^ 461 no 


Total value of plants 


Total value yearly output. _ - 


4 340 442 00 


Total yearly pay-roll _ _ . _ 


1 249 579 00 


Total horse-power emp] oy ed 




Number men employed _ 




Number women employed 




Number children employed- 




Total number employees- _ _ 




Highest average wages paid men 

Lowest average wages paid men 

Highest average wages paid women 

Lowest average wages paid women 

Per cent employees read and write 


.89 
.59 
.17 
.12 







Twenty-four of these factories pay compensation weekly; fifty- 
eight semimonthly; and all report that wages have materially 
increased. 

Sixty-nine of the plants use steam for power; seven employ elec- 
tricity; five steam and electric; one steam and water, and three 
operate machinery by hand. 

The average number of hours constituting a day's, work is ten hours 
and six minutes ; week, sixty-one hours. 



102 



NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Factories by Counties, Officers, 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



Alamance 

....do 

....do. 

Alleghany . 

Burke 

Caldwell... 

...-do 

....do 



....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Catawba. 

....do 

....do 

..-.do 



Mebane Mebane Bedding Co.. W. W. Corbett 



do. ! Mebane Iron Bed Co 

do. The White Furniture Co 

Edwards X Roads Valley Mfg. Co.. 

Morganton ISIorganton Furniture Co.. 

Granite Falls Warlick & Sherrill Co 

Lenoir Bernhardt Chair Co 

do : Caldwell Furniture Co 

do. Ethel Chair Co 

do [ Kent-Coffey Mfg. Co 

do Lenoir Chair Mfg. Co 

do ' Lenoir Furniture Corporation. 

Hickory Hickory Chair Mfg. Co 

do Hickory Fiu-nitiire Co 

do. Martin Furniture Co 

do Southern Desk Co 



Chatham j Siler City i High Point Bending and Chair Co. 

Cherokee 1 Murphy : The Valley River Lumber Co 



Davidson 

....do... 

....do. 



Denton Denton Chair Co 

Lexington Dixie Furniture Co.. 

do Elk Furniture Co.... 



S.A.White.. 

W.E.White 

W. R. Gentry, Prop. 

Partnership. 

J. V. Sherrill. 

J. M. Bernhardt 

G. O. Shakespeare.. 

B. L. Stone 

T. H. Coffey 

R. B. Dula... 

T. H. Broyliill 

George N. Hutton.. 

K. C. Menzies 

G. N. Hutton. 

J. B. Ivey 

J. Q. Seawell 

W. H. Woodbury 

J. B. Jones 

E. J. Buchanan 

G. F. Hankins 



do do Lexington Chair Co 

.do do Lexington Upholstery Co.. 

do I do Piedmont Mirror Co 

do I do Southern Upholstering Co.. 

....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 



Thomasville Lambeth Furniture Co 

...do I Standard Chair Co 

do I Thomasville Chair Co 

do Thomasville Furniture Co 

Da\'ie... ! Mocksville. Hanes Chair and Table Co 

...do... 1 do Mocksville Furniture Co , 

Durham \ Durham Elliott Furniture Co 

Forsyth Kernersville ' Kernersville Furniture Mfg. Co. .. 

...do do -I Ring Furniture Co 

...do... ! Winston-Salem 

...do ' do.. 



F. M. Weaver 

J. V. Moffitt.. 

Dixie Furniture Co. 
Miss Dell Watson ... 
J. W. Lambeth, Jr. . 

C. F. Lambeth 

T. J. Finch.. 

R. L. Lambeth 

J. B. Johnston 

O. L. Williams.. 



do. I do 

do I do 

....do. !....do 

Guilford Gibsonville 

do. Greensboro 

do do 

....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 



Forsyth Chair Co 

Forsyth Dining-room Furniture 
Co.. 

Forsyth Furniture Co 

Forsyth Mfg. Co 

B. F. Huntley Furniture Co 

Overman Chair Co 

Melton-Rhodes Co 

Standard Table Co 

Sterling Furniture Co 

Alma Furniture Co 

Climax Mfg. Co 

do j Continental Furniture Co 

do ! Dalton Furniture Co 



G. V. Fulp 

L. G. Ring 

Charles Siewers. 



....do 

High Point 
....do 



Charles Siewers... 

F. A. Fogle. 

H. E. Fries 

B. F. Huntley 

T. H. Overman... 
Fred B. Rhodes 

E. P. Wharton 

M. W. Thompson. 
R. W. Redding...- 
S. L. Davis 

F. N. Tate 

R. B. Terry, Owr.. 



*Same as last report. 



FuRNiTUKE Factories 



103 



Articles Manufactured, Capital Stock, Etc. 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



a B'm 
t; o 3 

go« 

g <» a> 



B. F. Warren 
J. S. Vincent. 
J. S. White... 



H. Warlick.. 
L. CornwelL 
E. Rabb 



L. Cornwell. 



Bed springs, mattresses, cots and pillows 

Metal beds ---- 

Bedroom suits 

Coffins, caskets and furniture.. 

Bedroom and dining-room furniture 

Tables, pickerstioks, excelsior, etc 

Dining chairs 

Dressers, buffets, kitchen cabinets, dressing tables, 

etc --- - 

Chairs 

L. Minish | Furniture and building material 

S. S. Jennings Chairs -- 

R. S. Crisp. Bedroom furniture 

George Bailey. , Chairs 

George W. Hall 

E. B. Cline.... 

G. F. Ivey 

Miss Grace Boling. . 

S. W. Woodberry.... 

W. E. Boone 



Bedroom furniture .- 

Dining-room furniture 

School' and office supplies 

Bent stock for chairs and bent wood chairs. 

Furniture 

Chairs 



W. F. Sparger j Furniture. 

J. L. Galimore 



G. L. Hackney. 
L. J. Peacock... 



J. W. Lambeth. 
F. S. Lambeth-. 

T. A. Finch 

J. R. Myers 

J. F. Hanes 

J. B. Johnston.. 



Beds, dressers, chiffoniers, tables, washstands, 

buffets 

Chairs 

Parlor suits, davenports, lounges, etc — 

Mirrors 

Parlor suits.. 

Kitchen furniture 

Chairs 

Chairs 

Bedroom furniture 

Chairs 

Bedroom furniture 



1914 
1907 
1896 
1906 
1905 
1903 
1917 

1908 
1915 
1907 
1911 
1912 
1911 
1901 
1902 
1908 
1908 
1915 
1916 
1901 

1902 
1911 
1903 



Capital 
Stock 



1915 
1901 
1898 
1905 
1905 
1916 
1899 



86,000 

25,000 

203,400 

3,500 

100,000 

2,500 

50,000 

125,000 
10,000 
33,800 
20,000 
25,000 
36,300 
32,500 
50,000 
50,000 
8,000 
30,000 
10,000 
40,000 

81,398 
14,000 
10,000 



1,000 
14,000 
70,000 
500,000 
14,000 
23,000 
21,800 



No. 



M. V. Fulp 

M. Vance Fulp. 
M. B. Cash 



Bedroom suits, odd dressers, stands. 

Kitchen safes, cupboards, etc 

Chairs and rockers 



W. Lee Springs Dining-room suits 

J. D. Stockton Dressers, beds, chiffoniers, washstands, etc.. 

R. A. Spaugh Chairs 

M. D. Stockton Furniture • 

C. W. Overman Chairs 

E. N. England Filing cabinets and sectional bookcases 

C. D. Kellenberger Extension tables 

J. A. Kellenberger Oak dining-room suits 

J. H. Petty. Kitchen safes and tables '.. 

W. H. Davis... Parlor suits, etc. 

A. L. Smith ' Bedroom and dining-room furniture 

i Tables 



1901 
1910 
1900 

1913 
1904 
1892 



1905 
1911 
1908 
1912 
1895 
1913 
1902 
1905 



15,000 
15,000 
50,000 

50,000 
100,000 
77,500 



4,000 

100,000 

46,725 

25,000 

10,000 

5,650 
80,000 



104 



!RoRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No, 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



Guilford I High Point. 



.....do. 

.[....do.. 

.i....do.. 

.....do 

.i....do. 

do.. 

do 

do 

.....do 

......do 

..l....do.. 

.J. ...do 

......do 

Harnett \ Dunn 

Haywood j Hazlewood.. 

do ' do 

Iredell Mooresville. 

do I Statesville.. 

do do 

Lee Sanford 

McDowell Marion 

do do 

do do.. 



....do. 
....do. 
.-..do., 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
...-do. 
....do. 
..-.do. 



do do 

Randolph Asheboro 

do do... 

do do.. .- 

do : do 

do I Liberty 

do ' Ramseiu' 

do. ..] Randleman 

Rowan ' Rockwell - 

Surry. ...' Elkin 

do ' Mount Airy 

do do - 

do do 

do do 

Wake Raleigh. 

^Yayne Goldsboro 

Wilkes North Wilkesboro 

do '< do 



Giant Furniture Co 

Globe-Parlor Furniture Co 

High Point Metallic Bed Co 

Kearns Furniture Co — 

Kitchen Cabinet and Tables Co.*. 

J. A. Lindsay 

Marsh Furniture Co 

Myrtle Desk Co 

Southern Chair Co 

Tate Furniture Co.. 

Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co 

Union Furniture Co. 

Welch Furniture Co 

Wrenn-Columbia Furniture Co 

Newberry Bros. & Cowell 

Unagusta Mfg. Co 

Waynesville Furniture Co 

Mooresville Furniture Co 

Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co 

Statesville Furniture Co 

Fitts-Crabtree Mfg, Co 

Blue Ridge Furniture Co 

Catawba Furniture Co 

McDowell Furniture Co 



J. E. Kirkman 

C. F. Tomlinson... 

R. H. Wheeler. 

A. M. Rankin 

H. I. Coffield. , 

J. A. Lindsay, Owr. 

J. E. Marsh, Jr 

H. W. Eraser 

E. A. Snow 

A. E. Tate- 

S. F. Tomlinson.... 

W. B. Thomas 

W. P. Pickett.- 



W. H. Newberry. 

C. H. Hobbs 

J. W. Reed 

B. A. Troutman. 

J. C. Steele 

W. A. Thomas.... 
W. A. Crabtree... 
F. M. Huffman... 
E. J. House 



Western Furniture Co J. L. Morgan 

American Bentwood Chair Co .] C. C. Cranford 

Asheboro Chair Co j D. B. McCrary 

Piedmont Chair Co .| C. L. Cranford.. 

Randolph Chair Co... j C. C. Cranford, Mgr., 

Liberty Chair Co 1 James H. Johnson... 

Ramseur Furniture Co ; T. S. Dent 

Deep River Chair Co 

Rockwell Furniture Co. 

Elkin Furniture Co.. 



Thomas Farlow... 

C. L. Miller 

W. S. Gough 

Banner Mfg. Co i R. H. Leonard 

Mount Airy Furniture Co W. E. Merritt 

Mount Airy Mantel and Table Co. . George O. Graves. 

National Furniture Co A. E. Smith 

Southern Mfg. Co H. S. Storr... 

Goldsboro Furnitiu-e Mfg. Co.. J. H. Borden 

Forest Furniture Co.. .j J. E. Finley.. 

Oak Furniture Co i T. B. Finley. 



•Same as last report. 



Furniture Factories 



105 



Continued 



Secretary 



Articles Manufactured 



H-i O a> 

Us 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



J. H. Shaw.... 
T. D. Gilliam. 
C. L. Wheeler. 
O. E. Kearns— 



J. E. Marsh... 
L. C. Sinclair. 
S. L. Davis 



Bedroom furniture 

Davenports and parlor suits... 

Iron beds 

Bedroom and kitchen furniture 

Kitchen cabinets, tables, etc 

Parlor suits 

Kitchen safes, and cabinets, wardrobes, hall racks . 
Desks 



1910 
1906 
1900 
1900 



$ 60,000 
31,300 
30,000 
77,150 



C. F. Tomlinson 

A. S. Sherrod ' 

J. W. Harris I 

M. J.&T. F. Wrenn, Props| 

A. L. Newberry 

Charles E. Quinland 



Roy W. Troutman. 

C. E. Keiger 

J. G. Shelton 

W. H. Fitts 



T. F. Wrenn. 



Byron Conley... 
E. H. Cranford. 
J. O. Redding... 
E. D. Cranford. 



Chairs, rockers and porch furniture 

Furniture 

Chairs, dining-room and living- room furniture 

Furniture 

Bedroom suits, odd dressers, buffets, side boards, etc 

Furniture 

Bedroom furniture 

Bedroom furniture 

Bedroom furniture 

Building material and tables for kitchen use 

Odd dressers, chiffoniers, bedroom suits 

Bedroom and dining-room furniture 

Kitchen safes, cupboards, kitchen and parlor tables. 

Bedroom furniture 

Oak beds, dressers, washstands, chiffoniers, etc. 

Dressers, chiffoniers, dressing tables, washstands, 

beds 

Bedroom suits, china closets 

Dining chairs 

Chairs 

Chairs 



1912 
1906 
1899 
1896 
1893 
1900 
1899 
1900 



1904 
1903 



1903 
1900 
1902 



1901 
1909 
1917 
1903 
1914 



24,000 
40,000 
22,000 
48,000 
350,000 
16,500 
30,000 



25,000 
20,000 



30,000 
46,200 
19,800 
7,000 
40,000 



12,000 
12,000 
20,000 
5,000 



48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 



70 

71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
83 
89 



Chair stock and broom handles [ 1905 

E. C. Watkina Bedroom furniture ! 1905 

N. F. Farlow Chairs... .J 1908 

J. W. Peeler | Coffins and caskets | 1899 

R. L. Hubbard Bedroom furniture, filing cabinets and desks ..I 1905 

E. C. Foy I Childrens cribs and cardies, etc i 1903 

E. H. Kochtitzky... i Bedroom furniture i 1896 

Calvin Graves Buffets, china closets, tables, etc | 1902 

Bedroom furniture [ 1902 

G. W. Marshall Office furniture, store and bank fixtures ■ 

L. C. Lane 

J. R. Finley 

J. H. Johnson 



Bedroom furniture 1887 

Bedroom furniture 1 1902 

Bedroom suits and odd pieces 1903 



5,000 
51,150 
i5,000 
13,000 
23,700 
14,400 

8,900 
30,100 
25,000 
25,000 
90,000 
39,800 
19,200 



106 



JSToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2 — Showing Value of Plant, 



No. 



Factory 



10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 I 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

50 



PostofEce 



Mebane Bedding Co... Mebane 

Mebane Iron Bed Co do 

The White Furniture Co do 

Valley Mfg. Co i Edwards X Roads, 

Morganton Furniture Co Morganton 

Warlick & Sherrill Co Granite Falls 

Bernhardt Chair Co Lenoir 

Caldwell Furniture Co do 

Ethel Chair Co I do 

Kent-Coffey Mfg. Co ' do 

Lenoir Chair Mfg. Co I do 

Lenoir Furniture Corporation j do 

Hickory Chair Mfg. Co \ Hickory 

Hickory Furniture Co do 

Martin Furniture Co do 

Southern Desk Co ' do 

High Point Bending and Chair Co Siler City 

The Valley River Lumber Co ...1 Murphy 

Denton Chair Co Denton 

Dixie Furniture Co i Lexington 

Elk Furniture Co do 

Lexington Chair Co ! do 

Lexington Upholstery Co \ do 

Piedmont Mirror Co { do 

Southern Upholstering Co j do - 

Lambeth Furniture Co | Thomasville 

Standard Chair Co ' do 

Thomasville Chair Co | do 

Thomasville Furniture Co do 

Hanes Chair and Table Co | Mocksville. -.. 

Mocksville Furniture Co ! do 

Elliott Furniture Co... ; Durham... 

Kernersville Fiu-niture Mfg. Co Kernersville. 

Ring Furniture Co 

Forsyth Chair Co 

Forsyth Dining-room Furniture Co do 

Forsyth Furniture Co | do 

Forsyth Mfg. Co..-. j do 

B. F. Huntley Furniture Co I do 

Overman Chair Co ' Gibsonville. 

Melton-Rhodes Co Greensboro. 

Standard Table Co I do... 

Sterling Furniture Co ' do 

Alma Furniture Co .1 High Point. 

Climax Mfg. Co '....do 

Continental Furniture Co do 

Dalton Furniture Co i do 

Giant Furniture Co do 

Globe Parlor Furniture Co ' do 

High Point Metallic Bed Co ■• do 



Esti- E\t'-, 

mated ' "fi^^ 
Valiip value 



S 50,000 i $300,000 

20,000 j 50,000 
200,000 250,000 



....do 

Winston-Salem. 



90,000 
17,000 
30,000 
65,000 
25,000 
20,000 
75,000 
25,000 



20,000 
15,000 
75,000 
40,000 
30,000 
10,000 



50,000 
4,000 
8,000 



40,000 

75.000 

350,000 



20,000 
100,000 



90,000 
20,000 
25,000 
45,000 
75,000 
150,000 



I 400,000 

I 25,000 
2.50,000 

' 300,000 

150,000 

190,000 

220,000 

225,000 

250,000 

2.50,000 

100,000 

1.50,000 

80,000 

150,000 

50,000 

300,000 

250,000 

175,000 

45,000 

100,000 

18,842 

300,000 

600,000 

1,200,000 
300,000 
50,000 
125,000 



150,000 
100,000 
200,000 
200,000 
400,000 
300,000 
750,000 



4,000 
100,000 



35,000 

10,000 

12,000 

175,000 

150,000 

125,000 

10,000 

40,000 



300,000 
290,000 
140,000 
40,000 
60,000 
450,000 
250,000 
750,000 
150,000 
150,000 



Esti- 
mated 
Yearly 
Pay- 
Roll 



32,000 

6,000 

60,000 



60,000 

b,000 

50,000 

45,000 

25,000 

314,000 

40,000 

40,000 

60,000 

50,000 

35,000 

60,000 

38,000 

25,000 

7,500 

50,000 

40,000 

35,000 

7,000 

8,000 

16,052 

33,000 

100,000 

240,000 

40,000 

14,000 

22,500 



24,000 
15,000 
20,000 
40,000 

100,000 
80,000 

120,000 



85,000 

52,000 

35,000 

9,000 

6,000 

85,000 

50,000 

125,000 

20,000 

15,000 



*Same as last report. 



Furniture rACTORiES 



107 



Power, Number Employees, Etc. 



Days in 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Number 
Hours 

Consti- 
tute 
Day's 
Work 


Number 
Hours 

Consti- 
tute 
Week's 
Work 


Employees 




Opera- 
tion 

During 
Year 


Male 


Fe- 
male 


Chil- 
dren 


Total 


No. 


300 




66 

15 
250 

25 
150 

75 

150 
40 
125 
100 
125 
125 
125 
150 
125 
125 
125 
60 
200 
150 
125 


10 
10 
10 


60 
60 
60 


35 

15 

90 

2 

140 

12 

90 

80 

45 

75 

80 

75 

85 

80 

55 

100 

70 

60 

30 

75 

70 

65 

15 

6 

8 

100 

250 

490 

90 

35 

40 


5 


4 


44 

15 

90 

2 

160 
12 
95 

100 
45 
75 
80 
81 

125 

105 
75 

109 
70 
70 
30 
75 
81 
80 
15 
6 
9 

100 

250 


1 


275 




2 


300 








3 


104 








4 


300 
300 


electric 

steam 

steam.. 


ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 


60 

60 

60 

57i 

57i 


20 


5 
6 


300 
300 


5 


20 


7 
8 


300 




9 


290 






10 


300 




60 
57i 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
120 
60 
60 
60 






11 


300 
300 
289 
265 
310 
300 


steam 

steam 

steam 

steam.. 

steam 

steam 

steam. 

steam 

steam and electric .. 

steam. 

steam 


25 

25 

12 

1 


6 
15 

8 
8 


12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 


275 
300 


2 I 8 


18 
19 


300 






?n 


300 
300 

275 


15 


11 


21 

22 
23 


300 




20 






24 


310 




1 




25 


300 


steam. 


150 
300 
800 
125 
125 


60 
58 
58 
60 
60 
60 


26 


300 




I 


27 


300 




34 


524 


28 


300 






5 
5 


5 
2 
6 


95 
42 
51 


29 


290 




30 


280 




31 








32 


300 


stftam . , , , . 


150 
100 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


55 
55 
60 
60 
58 
60 
60 


60 
35 
35 
90 
175 






60 
35 
35 
90 
200 


33 


285 


steam 






34 


300 








35 


300 


steam 


300 
250 
350 
450 

15 
125 
200 
150 

60 

150 

150 

250 

5 

50 






36 


300 
310 


steam and electric... 

steam... 

electric. 

steam. 

steam. 

steam and electric... 


J 25 

...1 


37 

38 


300 
155 


175 


3 i ; 178 


39 
40 


300 


60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
60 
55 
55 
55 
60 


85 
75 
60 
30 
19 

120 
50 

175 
35 
34 


1 


85 
100 
65 
32 
20 
150 
60 
200 
36 


41 


300 
310 


25 

15 

2 

1 

25 

10 

25 

1 


5 


42 
43 


313 




44 


305 
300 


hand 


45 
46 


300 




47 


300 
285 


steam and electric .. 


48 
49 


300 


steam 




34 


50 



108 



NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 2— 



No 



Factory 



Postoffice 



.do. 
-do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Kearns Furniture Co 

Kitchen Cabinet and Tables Co.* 

J. A. Lindsay 

Marsh Furniture Co 

Myrtle Desk Co 

Southern Chair Co 

Tate Furniture Co 

Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co.. 

Union Furniture Co 

Welch Furniture Co : do 

Wrenn-Columbia Furniture Co j do 

Newberry Bros. & Cowell ! Dunn 

Unagusta Mfg. Co.. I Hazelwood. 

Waynesville Furniture Co do 

Mooresville Furniture Co Mooresville 

Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co Statesville.. 

Statesville Furniture Co do 

Fitts-Crabtree Mfg. Co.. Sanford 

Blue Ridge Furniture Co Marion 

Catawba Furniture Co do 

McDowell FurnitureCo .! do.. 

Western Furniture Co | do 

American Bentwood Chair Co. I Asheboro... 

Asheboro Chair Co.. .1 do 

Piedmont Chair Co ..j do 

Randolph Chair Co .1 do 

Liberty Chair Co I Liberty 

Ramseur Furniture Co .i Ramseur 



Esti- 
mated 
Value 
of Plant 



High Point I $100,000 $250,000 

...do I 

...do 4,000 I 25,000 

...do 



Esti- 
mated 

Value 
Yearly 
Output 



Esti- 
mated 
Yearly 
Pav- 
RoU 



$ 40,000 
5,500 



63 
30 
150 
275 
50 
30 
50 
34 
16 
20 
30 
35, 
70 
19 
5 



Deep River Chair Co 

Rockwell Furniture Co 

Elkin Furniture Co 

Banner Mfg. Co 

Mount Airy Furniture Co 

Mount .\iry Mantel and Table Co.. 

National Furniture Co 

Southern Mfg. Co 

Goldsboro Furniture Mfg. Co 

Forest Furniture Co 

Oak Furniture Co 



Randleman 

Rockwell 

Elkin 

Mount Airy 

....do 

....do 

....do-. 

Raleigh 

Goldsboro 

No. Wilkesboro. 

....do 



000 
000 
000 
000 
200 
000 
000 
000 

585 
000 
000 
500 
000 
000 

000 
000 
000 



200,000 
250,000 
250,000 
800,000 
250,000 
200,000 
100,000 

75,000 
225,000 
150,000 

96,000 
200,000 
500,000 

50,000 
100,000 
125,000 

80,000 

50,000 

20,000 
100,000 

60,000 

75,000 

25,000 
150,000 

40,000 
100,000 
150,000 

25,000 
475,000 
300,000 
450,000 

21,600 
150,000 

80,000 
100,000 



50,000 
60,000 
60,000 
165,000 
45,000 
40,000 
24,000 
24,000 

3,975 
24,000 
36,000 
40,000 
120,000 

9,000 
20,000 
18,000 
16,000 

5,000 
10,000 
25,000 
15,000 
15,000 

2,000 
30,000 
10,000 
11,608 
36,000 

5,000 
104,000 
73,000 
125,000 

2,280 
36,000 
15,000 
16,000 



•Same as last report. 



FUBNITUKB FaCTOETES 



109 



Continued 



Days in 


Power 


Number 
Horse- 
power 


Number 
Hours 

Consti- 
tute 
Day's 
Work 


Number 
Hours 

Consti- 
tute 
Week's 
Work 


Employees 




Opera- 
tion 

During 
Year 


Male 


Fe- 
male 


Chil- 
dren 


Total 


No. 


300 1 steam. 


175 


10 


60 


75 


15 


90 


51 
52 


300 i electric 


25 


10 


60 


18 




18 


53 






54 


313 
300 
300 
360 


steam.. 

steam 

steam 


150 
150 
100 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

m 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


60 
55 
60 


90 
72 
60 
250 
60 
85 
34 
40 
70 
43 


10 
2 
15 


75 


100 

74 

250 
70 

lie 

44 
40 
90 
59 


55 
56 

57 
58 


310 
300 
300 
300 


steam 

steam 

steam 


125 
120 
125 

80 
125 
100 

50 
125 
275 
100 
125 
100 
■ 100 
100 

65 
100 
100 
133 

50 
150 

75 

65 
125 

75 

150 
225 
25 
150 
100 
150 


60 
60 
57i 
60 
60 


5 
15 

7 


5 
10 
3 


59 
60 
61 
62 


300 steam 

310 ! steam 


20 

16 


63 
64 


296 steam 


60 
60 
60 
55 
55 
60 
60 
60 
60 
40 
60 
60 
55 
60 
60 
55 
60 
59 
60 
60 
60 
59 
60 
60 
60 


65 


300 1 steam 

300 stpnm 


70 
250 
23 
30 
35 
36 
20 
15 
50 
20 
45 


2 


72 
250 
23 
55 
35 
39 
20 
22 
60 
70 
45 


66 
67 


280 


steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 

steam 




68 


300 
310 


20 


5 


69 

70 


300 
225 


...| 3 


71 

72 


248 
300 
275 
300 


3 

50 


4 
10 


73 

74 
75 
76 


200 






77 


310 




60 

30 

13 

60 

12 

163 

180 

150 

10 

40 

40 

60 




60 

30 

16 

75 

12 

199 

205 

215 

10 

60 

44 

120 


78 






1 


79 


300 




3 


15 


80 


300 


steam 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


81 


300 


water and steam 

steam and electric... 
steam 


82 


290 
300 


23 
20 
35 


13 
15 
30 


83 
84 


313 


steam 


85 


300 




86 


300 




20 
60 


4 


87 


300 


steam 


88 


310 


steam. . 


89 









110 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3 — Showing 



No. 


Factory 


Postoffice 


What Per Cent 

Employees Read 

and Write? 


Is 

Labor 




Adults 


Children 


Plentiful? 


1 


Mebane Bedding Co 

Mebane Iron Bed Co... 

The White Furniture Co 

Valley Mfg. Co... 

Morganton Furniture Co 

Warlick & Sherrill 


Mebane 

....do 

do 

Edwards X Roads.. 

Morganton 

Granite Falls 

Lenoir 

....do.... 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

Hickory 


90 
100 
80 
100 
100 
100 
80 
75 
95 
90 
80 
90 




no 


2 




no 


3 




no 


4 




fair 


5 




no 


6 






7 


Bernhardt Chair Co 

Caldwell Furniture Co... 

Ethel Chair Co 

Kent-Coffey Mfg. Co 

Lenoir Chair Mfg. Co.... 

Lenoir Furniture Corporation 

Hickory Chair Mfg. Co 

Hickory Furniture Co 

Martin Furniture Co 

Southern Desk Co 




no. 


8 






9 






10 




no 


11 




no 


12 




no 


13 




no 


U 


....do 

....do 

....do 


100 
75 




no 


15 




no 


16 








17 


High Point Bending and Chair Co 

The Valley River Lumber Co 

Denton Chair Co _. 

Di.xie Furniture Co 

Elk Furniture Co.... 

Lexington Chair Co 

Lexington Upholstery Co 

Piedmont Mirror Co 


SilerCity 


90 






18 


Murphy 

Denton 


80 




no 


19 




no 


20 








no 


21 


do 


95 
80 
100 
100 
100 
50 
90 
97 
90 
90 
99 




no 


22 


....do 




no 


23 


...do 




no 


24 


...do 




no 


25 


Southern Upholstering Co 


do 




no 


26 


Lambeth Furniture Co 


Thomasville 




no 


27 


Standard Chair Co. 


do 




no 


28 


Thomasville Chair Co 


....do. 




no 


29 


Thomasville Furniture Co 


...do... 




no 


30 


Hanes Chair and Table Co 






no 


31 


Mocksville Furniture Co 


do 




no. 


32 


Elliott Furniture Co 

Kernersville Furniture Mfg. Co... 

Ring Furniture Co 

Forsyth Chair Co. 








33 




95 
95 
65 
80 
50 




no 


34 


do 




no 


35 


Winston-Salem 

...do.... 






36 








37 


Forsyth Furniture Co 


do 




no 


38 


Forsyth Mfg. Co 


do 




no 


39 


B. F. Huntley Furniture Co. 


do - . . 


95 




no 


40 


Overman Chair Co... 

Melton-Rhodes Co 

Standard Table Co 

Sterling Furniture Co 

Alma Furniture Co 

Climax Mfg. Co 

Continental Furniture Co 

Dalton Furniture Co ._ 

Giant Furniture Co 

Globe Parlor Furniture Co 

High Point Metallic Bed Co 






no 


41 


Greensboro 

do 


95 




no 


42 




no 


43 


..-.do.... 

High Point 


98 
100 
99 
90 
95 
90 
97 
75 




no. 


44 




no. 


45 


....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 




yes 


46 




no 


47 




no 


48 




no 


49 




no 


50 




no 



*Same as last report. 



PuBNiTUKE Factories 



111 



Wages, When Paid, Etc. 



Wages 



Highest 
Paid 
Males 



6.00 
3.75 
3.50 
1.50 
4.00 
2.50 
3.25 
3.85 
4.60 
3.50 
7.00 
4.40 
4.00 
3.50 
3.50 
3.50 
3.50 
4.00 
5.00 
4.00 
3.40 
3.50 
5.00 
3.00 
4.00 
4.00 
4.00 
4.00 
4.50 
3.00 
3.30 



Highest 

Paid 
Females 



$ 2.00 



1.50 
1.50 



1.20 
1.25 
1.50 
2.00 



3.00 



1.50 



1.50 



1.45 
1.32 



Lowest 
Paid 
Males 



1.80 
2.25 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
1.75 
1.00 
1.50 
2.00 
1.50 
1.00 
1.60 
1.50 
1.00 

.65 
1.75 
1.20 

.80 
1.00 

.75 

.60 
1.75 
2.00 
2.00 
2.50 
1.00 
1.00 
1.85 
1.50 
1.40 
1.65 



Lowest 

Paid 
Females 



$ 1.25 



When Paid 



Increased or 

Decreased 

During 

Year? 



1.00 



1.25 



1.00 
1.10 
1.10 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

as wanted 

semimonthly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly 



increased- 
ncreased. 

increased. 

increased. 

increased. 

increased, 
ncreased. 

increased. 

increased. 

increased. 

increased. 

increased, 
ncreased. 



1.00 



1.25 



1.10 



semimonthly. 

weekly... 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly- 
semimonthly. 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly- 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 



semimonthly 



- increased., 
. increased. 
. increased. 
. increased. 
_ increased. 
_ increased. 
_ increased. 
. increased. 
. increased, 
ncreased. 

increased, 
ncreased. 

increased. 

increased. 

increased. 

increased. 

increased. 



Improvement in — 



Financial 
Condition 
of Wage- 
earners? 



General 

Pro- 
ficiency? 



yes... 
some, 
yes... 
some. 

no 

yes... 
some, 
yes... 
yes... 



■no. 



yes... 
some, 
yes... 

no 

no 

yes... 

no 

yes... 

no 

no 

no 

no 



some - no. 



no._ 
yes. 
yes. 
yes. 



no. 

yes 

no. 

yes. 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes 

yes .... 



no 

no 

some.. 

no 

no 

no 

no 

worse . 



yes. 
yes. 
no., 
yes. 
no., 
no.. 



No. 



3.75 
3.50 
2.50 
2.50 
5.00 
3.25 
5.50 



4.50 
4.50 
4.25 
6.00 
4.50 
3.75 
5.00 
4,25 
4.50 
3.50 



4.00 



3.80 
1.50 
1.50 
2.00 
1.50 
2.0.0 
1.75 
2.50 



1.50 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 



semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 



2.00 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly - 



2.75 
1.25 
2.00 
2.00 
2.25 
1.75 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.50 



1.25 
1.25 
1.25 
2.00 
1.40 
1.50 
1.25 
2.50 



weekly 

weekly 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 



increased, 
increased, 
increased, 
increased, 
increased, 
increased, 
increased, 
increased. 

ncreased. 
increased. 

ncreased. 

ncreased. 

ncreased. 
increased. 

ncreased. 
increased. 

ncreased. 
increased. 



some yes. 

no.. 



very little, no. 

! no. 

no I no. 



no I none. 

no I no 

yes some. 

no i 



slightly 
a little . 

yes [ no 

yes ; no 

yes ' no 

yes I no. 



yes 

very little 



112 



North Cakolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 3 — 



No. 


Factory 


Postoffice 


What Per Cent 

Employees Read 

and Write? 


Is 
Labor 




Adults 


Children 


Plentiful? 


51 


Kearns Furniture Co. 


High Point 


90 

100 
100 
95 
90 
50 
75 




no 


52 


Kitchen Cabinet and Tables Co.* 

J. A. Lindsay 

Marsh Furniture Co 

Myrtle Desk Co 

Southern Chair Co 

Tate Furniture Co 

Tomlinson Chair Mfg. Co.... 

Union Furniture Co 

Welch Furniture Co 

Wrenn-Columbia Furniture Co 

Newberry Brothers & Cowell 

Unagusta Mfg. Co 

Waynesville 

Mooresville Furniture Co 

Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co 

Statesville Furniture Co 

Fitts-Crabtree Mfg. Co 

Blue Ridge Furniture Co _ 

Catawba Furniture Co 

McDowell Furniture Co 

Western Furniture Co.f 

American Bentwood Chair Co _ 

Asheboro Chair Co 

Piedmont Chair Co 

Randolph Chair Co _ 

Liberty Chair Co _ 

Ramseur Furniture Co 

Deep River Chair Co 

Rockwell Furniture Co.. 

Elkin Furniture Co. _ 


do 






53 


do 






54 


do 






55 


.. .do... 






56 


do 




no 


57 


....do 

....do 

Dunn... 

Hazehvood 

do 




no 


58 
59 


75 
80 
75 
90 
90 
90 
98 




no 

no 


fin 




no. 


61 
62 




no ... 

no 


63 




no 


64 




no 


65 




95 
90 
95 




no 


66 






no 


67 


do 






68 
69 
70 
71 


Sanford 

Marion 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

Asheboro 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 


100 
100 
100 
97 
100 
100 
95 
95 
95 





no,_ 

no 

no 

no 


72 
73 
74 
75 
76 




no 

no 

no 

no. 


77 




75 

95 


no 


78 


Ramseur 


no 


79 




95 
100 
95 




no 


80 
81 
82 


Rockwell 

Elkin.... 




no 

fair _ 

no 


83 


Mount Airy Furniture Co 


do.... 


90 




no 


84 


do 


75 
90 
100 
50 
90 
80 




no. 


83 




do 




no 


86 


Southern Mfg. Co. 


Raleigh 




no 


87 






no 


88 




North Wilkesboro... 
....do 




no 


89 






no 













*Same as last report. 

tThis plant was taken over by Marion Novelty Company, J. W. Winborne, receiver. 



Furniture Factories 



113 



Continued 



Highest 
Paid 
Males 



Highest Lowest 

Paid Paid 

Females ; Males 



1.75 
5.00 
1.60 




1.10 



1.85 



1.25 



2.75 



1.75 
1.85 
1.75 



1.50 



2.00 

1.25 

.60 



2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
2.00 
2.50 
2.25 
1.60 
1.50 
2.00 
1.00 
1.50 

.75 
2.00 
1.35 
1.50 
1.10 
1.35 
1.00 
1.65 
1.25 
1.50 
1.50 

.60 
1.00 
1.00 
2.40 
1.50 
1.50 

.75 
1.00 
1.75 
1.75 
1.75 
1.00 
1.50 



Lowest 

Paid 
Females 



When Paid 



1.25 
3.00 
1.25 



semimonthly 



1.25 
1.25 
1.25 



1.00 
.85 



1.00 



1.00 
.75 



1.65 



1.75 
1.00 
1.15 



1.25 



semimonthly. 
sem.imonthly., 
semimonthly., 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 

weekly 

semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly. 



Increased or 

Decreased 

During 

Year? 



semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
semimonthly, 
seminaonthly. 
semimonthly. 

weekly 

semimonthly. 

weekly 

weekly 

seniimonthly. 
semimonthly. 



increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 

increased 



Improvement in — 



Financial 
Condition 
of Wage- 
earners? 



yes. 



General 

Pro- 
ficiency? 



yes. 



yes. .' yes. 

yes j yes. 

doubtful.. I no.. 
yes 1 no.. 

yes... 
yes... 
yes... 
yes... 
yes... 
yes... 
yes... 
yes... 
yes... 
yes... 
yes... 
no 



yes. 
yes. 
no., 
no.- 



no 

yes... 

no 

no 

yes... 
some. 

no 

no 

yes... 
yes... 
no 



yes. 
no.. 



j'es 

yes 

slightly ... 
very little. 

yes 

same 

yes... 

yes.. 

very little. 

yes 

yes... 

yes 

yes. 

yes. 



yes 

no.. 

no 

yes 

slightly, 
slight ... 

yes. 

no 

yes 

no 

no.. 

no 

yes 

no.. 

yes 

no 

no 

yes 



No. 



51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 



Dept Labor, 1918—8 



CHAPTER VII 



MISCELLAiq-EOUS FACTOEIES 

lu the drvision of industrial establishments treated under this 
head (which includes all manufacturing concerns reporting that are 
not presented in the tables referring to cotton, woolen, silk or knit- 
ing mills, or furniture factories), a growth consistent with that of 
former years is shown by increases in capital employed, value of 
yearly output, and number of employees. 

The total number of returns from which this compilation is made 
is 1,568, and an analysis of the reports collected shows gratifying 
progress along lines of industry representing a wide variety of prod- 
ucts. The number of different articles made is increasing con- 
tinually and consistently. 

In the appendix will be found a list of the miscellaneous factories, 
classified and alphabetized for convenience in the location of plants 
producing specific articles. 

SUMMARY 



• Number 
Items [ Factories Amount 

j Reporting 



Total capital stock. 1_205 i $378,348,280.00 

Estimated value of plants 1,516 , 43,455,325.00 

±.stimated value yearly output 1^200 i 234 360 716 00 

Estmated yearly pay-roU _ 1,332 i 30^ 513^ QOS^OO 

JN umber horse-power employed 1 342 I 139 745 

Number males employed __." 1457 i 42*531 

Number females emploj^ed '_ '329! 9769 

Number children employed HO i 2086 

Total number emploj'ees '_'_ 1457 1 54346 

Per cent employees read and ^Tite l'212' ' 93 

Highest average daily wage paid males 1,' 368 $ 3 73 

Highest average daily wage paid females ' 300 i 1 ' 92 

Lowest average daily wage paid males 1 , 368 i 1 64 

Lowest average daily wage paid females _ ' 236 ' 1 ' 25 



Seven hundred and ninety-four factories use steam for power; 391 
electric; 79 internal combustion; 44 steam and electric; 63 water; 
3 steam and water. A portion of these plants are of a character not 
requiring power (such as marble yards, etc.). 

One thousand and twenty concerns pay wages weekly; 110 pay 
monthly; 23 daily, and 192 semimonthly. Ten hours constitute a 
day's work ; week, sixty hours. 



116 



IToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — Factories hy Counties, Officers, 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


1 

2 
3 


Alamance 

--do 

....do 


Altamahaw 

Burlington 

....do.. 


Hub Milling Co 

Alamance Lumber Co 

Burlington Coffin Co... 

Burlington Printing Co 

Burlington Roller Covering Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works 


Dr. J. L. Kernodle-... 

James M. Atwater 

P. C. Collins 


4 
5 


....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do... 

..-.do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

--f 

do.... 

Alexander 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

Alleghany 

....do 

Anson .... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do... 

....do 

....do 

do 


....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Elon College 

Graham 

....do 

Mebane 

do 


J. M. Fix. 


7 
8 
g 


Di.xie Milling Co 

Hico Milling Co 

National Dye Works 

Pearson Remedy Co... 

Piedmcnt Finishing Mills 

Piedmont Railway and Elec. Co 

Spoon & Safford's Mill. 

Stony Creek Mfg. Co 

Sykes Bros.. 


Dr. J. L. Kernodle 

M. ]M. Rogers 

D. E. Scllars 


10 
11 
12 
13 
14 


E. B. Horner 

S. J. Hooks..: 

J. H. Bridgers. 

W. G. Spoon 

R. 0. Wilkins. 


15 


Sykes Bros., Props 

A. J. Whittemore, Ow'r 

C. R. Love, Prop 

J. Arch Long 


16 
17 
18 


A. J. ^^hittemore 

Elon Roller Mill 

Graham Chero-Cola Bottling Co... 

Graham Milling Co 

Scott-Mebane Mfg. Co 

Cook Milling Co 

Mebane Bedding Co 

Mebane Brick Yard 

Mebane Milling Co 

Nelson-Cooper Lbr. and Furn. Co.. 

Joseph H. Vincent... 

Haw Creek Milling Co 

Deal Tanning Co 

Davis Mill 


19 
20 
21 
22 


C. P. Albright 

H. W. Scott 

Cook Milling Co., Pr's 
W. W. Corbett... 


23 
24 


....do 


Partnership 

W. S. Dixon 


25 
26 
27 
28 
29 


....do 

Snow Camp 

Swepsonville 

Dealville 

Hidden! te 

Stony Point 

Taylors ville 

Sparta 

Anson^nlle 

Liles\'ille 

Peachland, R. 1... 

....do 

Polkton 


P. L. Cooper 

Jcs. H. Vincent, Owner 

R. N. Cooke 

J.M. Deal 

R. Lee Davis, Mgr 


30 


Pearl Milling Co 


A. W. White 


31 


Taylorsville Milling Co 


J. G. Harrington _ 


32 
33 


Richardson Mfg. Co 

Sparta Rcillor Mills Co. 


C. M. Richardson 


34 
35 

36 
37 

38 


T. B. Dunlap 

M. R. Bonsai Co., Inc 

Grist Mills 

Mullis Saw Mill 

Allen Sawmill 

Hays-Tucker Co.. 

Jonesboro Handle Co 

G. H. Parker & Co 

Polkton Lumber Co 

Carolina Marble and Gran. Works.. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co... 

Coxe-Bennett Lumber Co. 


T. A. Dunlap, Owner. 

W. R. Bonsai 

W. E. Moore, Owner.. 

S. W. Mullis.. 

S. H.Allen, Prop 


39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 


....do 

....do 

....do 

W adesboro 

do 


Z. V. Sheppard 

A. L. Candler 

C. J. Parker 

A. B. Clark 

W. T. Paisley 

W. R. Dennis 


46 


do 


.. do 


Southern Cotton Oil Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 


S. T. Morgan 


47 


do 


. do 


S. T. Morgan 


48 


do 


do 




49 
50 
51 


Ashe 

....do 

do 


Beaver Creek 

Creston 

Crumpler 

Lansing 

....do. 


Hardin, Spears & Co 

Maxwell Sawmill Co 

Cockerham Corn Mill 


H. Robinson.. 

T. M. Lewis 

W.M. Cockerham, Ow'r 


52 
53 


....do. 

....do 


Clark Saw Mill 

Lansing Mining Co 


Ambrose Clark 





Miscellaneous Factories 



117 



Articles Manufactured, Capital Stock, Etc. 



Secretarj' or Treasurer 



Articles ISIanufactured 





Ti 










T) 


O 




(U 


r\ 










(H 


B 


m 


P 


B 


<a 




o 




o 


U 


•", 


r! 




5 


h-( 





Capital 
Stock 



No. 



L. D. Rippey Flour, meal and feed.. I 1907 

L. D. Meador Window and door frames, mantels, sash and doors..' 1916 

J. L. Scott.. CofSns and caskets I 18S9 

C. B. Riddle Book and job work ' 1918 

J. A. Fowler... Spinning and card rollers covered for cotton mills I 

J. W. Coble Soda water J 1901 

A. H. Fogleman ■ Flour, meal and feed 1912 

J. G. Rogers Flour, meal and feed 1904 

W. H. May Dye black and finish hosiery 

C. M. Horner Genuine Indian Blood Purifier 1913 

J. P. Thomas Dye, finish and manufacture hosiery 1918 

Electric power ana ice 1911 

J. E. Safford Handles, picker sticks, milling and sawing 1908 

W. C. Sartin Flour, meal and feed 1914 

- Jobbing, foundry and machine work 1900 

Cover rollers for cotton mills 1912 

' Flour, meal and feed 1918 

A. K. Hardee Chero-Cola and soft drinks. 1917 

C. P. Harden Flour, meal and feed ' 1911 

J. K. Mebane Overalls ' 1900 

Flour, meal and lumber 1904 

B. F. Warren Bed springs, cots, mattresses and pillows i 1904 

Common brick ! 1912 

P. L. Cooper. Flour, meal and feed ' 1917 

A. B. Fitch.. Doors, sash, ceiling, siding, etc 1907 

Stone ware and flower pots 1909 

D. F. Williams Flour and meal 1916 

A. C. Deal Lumber and horse collars 1906 

Flour, meal and feed ' 

B. F. Hines Flour and meal ] 1914 

L. C. Hafer Flour, meal and feed ' 1902 

G. L. Richardson. Wagons and buggies, coffins and caskets 1900 

C. W^ Edwards, Treas Flour, meal and chops ..; 1899 

— Roofing and building material, also ginnery j 1909 

T. O. Bauersfeld- .; Sand and gravel washing plant I 1908 

' Meal and flour ! 1918 

- ..I Lumber. I 1916 

Rough lumber and cross ties. ...j 1912 

Gin cotton, tiiresh wheat and saw lumber I 1914 

Handles, etc ' 

' Pine Lumber 

E. N.Baker Pine lumber.. 1915 

Monuments 

T. G. Bagwell Coca-Cola and sodas 1914 

T. C. Coxe, Mgr Lumber 1911 

E. E. Coles Cotton seed oil, meal, hiills, lint, fertilizer 1898 

S. W. Travers Sulphuric acid and fertilizers 1895 

H. B. Allen, Treas.. Roofers 

Lumber and ties 

Lumber, ashe, poplar, chestnut, bass gum i 

I Corn, meal and chop I 

- . j Lumber I 1914 

i Iron ore I 1918 



4,500 
4,200 
58,000 
4,500 



250 

6,000 

5,100 

47,000 



33,300 

250 

5,000 

6,100 



5,000 
3,650 
2,000 
7,000 
1,500 
200,000 
1,100 



1914 



14,000 


400,000 


8,000 


2,000 


13,000 


300 


2,500 


17,500 


75,000 


86,000 


5,000 


50,000 



600 
2,500 

2,000 
1,000 
8,000 
10,000 
3,000 
100,000 
10,000,000 

40,000 



10,000 
2,000 
3,000 



118 



J^ORTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



County 



Ashe 

..._do 

Avery 

..._do 

..-.do 

..._do 

Beaufort 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 



Postoffice 



Factory- 



Pi esident 



Obids 

Wagoner 

Banners Elk. 

Cranberry 

Plumtree 

Spear 

Aurora 

....do 

....do.. 

Belhaven 

....do_ 

....do 

Edward 

Pantego 

....do 



do. 1 Pinetown 

do ' do 

do I Royal 

do ..! Washington... 

do I do 

do i do 

do-_ ..[ do 

do ! do. 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_...do 

Bertie 

....do . 

...-do 



....do 

...-do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

....do 

...-do 

...-do 

...-do 

Askew\-ille- 
Aulander... 
....do 



.do ! Kelford. 



....do.-. 
....do.... 
....do.... 

do 

Bladen.-. 

do I Clarkton 

do I do--. 

do I Council 

do i do .. 



Merry Hill._ 
Powel]s\dlle. 

Quitsna 

Windsor 

Bladenboro. 



.-..do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

Brunswick . 
...-do 



...-do 

Dublin 

Tomahawk- 

Ruskin 

Zara 

Southport... 

....do.- 



G. A. & D. C. Severt D. C. Severt 

Lyall Lumber Co ' W. D. Lyall, Mgr 

Puckett Saw Mill-. E. Puckett 

Cranberry Furnace Co F. P. Howe 

The Tar Heel Mica Co... .J D. T. Vance 

Burleson Saw Mill | F. L. Burleson, Owner 

Guilford Ginning Co O. K. Stilley 

H. L. Jones Mfg. Co R. L. Jones, Owner 

Thompson Gin Co B. B. Thompson 

Belhaven Iron Works L. R. Cutler 

The Interstate Cooperage Co F. W. Weller.. 

Woodside Lumber Co B. C. Miles 

L. H. Redditt L. H. Redditt, Mgr. .. 

Pantego Gin Co I C. P. Ayoock, Owner. 

E. S. Waters.. | E. S. Waters, Mgr..... 

George V. Boyd & Bros G. V. Boyd, Mgr 

Oden Saw and Gin Mill i J. H. Oden, Owner 

Royal Ginning Co C. T. Allen 

Aldermian-Capehart Laundry Co. .. J. L. Capehart 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co j F. E. Mayo, Mgr 

Crystal Ice Co ; W. E. Swindell 

Eureka Lumber Co George T. Leach 

Havens Oil Co Jonathan Havens, Tr. 

Jonathan Havens Jonathan Havens, Mgr 

Moss Planing Mill Co I B. G. Moss.. 

Pamlico Brick and Tile Co. .' W. C. Faucett 

Pamlico Chemical Co J. F. Cowell 

Pamlico Cooperage Co G. T. Leach 

Phillips Fertilizer Co .'. G. A. Phillips 

S. R. Fowle & Sons A. R. Fowle, Mgr 

M. A. Smith Shirt Factory.... M. A. Smith, Prop.... 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co S. T. Morgan 

Washington Buggy Co ! George Hackney 

Smith Gin and Saw Mill W. M. Smith, Owner.. 

J. W. Herring & Co J. B. Herring, Mgr.... 

J. J. House & Co.* J. J. House, Mgr 

Parker's Wagon Shop G. T. Parker, Owner.. 

J. W. & James Lee Lee & Lee, Props 

C. R. Overton 

Spruill Mills E. D. Spruill 

Dail Carriage Shops j E. S. Dail... 

Bridger Corporation. i R. L. Bridger 

Santee Saw Mill Wesley Santee, Mgr... 

Thaggard Saw Mill ! J. G. Thaggard, Ow'r. 

Council Ginning Co. J. P. Council 

John W. Dowless- John W. Dowless, Mgr. 

Patterson & Pancake ^bankrupt/f.- J. A. Pickett, Trustee. 

S. B. Cashwell : S. B. Cashwell, Mgr... 

Register Saw Mills. j C. B. Register, Mgr... 

Cheson Saw MiU ' I. H. Cheson, Mgr.-.. 

Green Saw Mill.-- | J. R. Green, Owner 

Cape Fear Lumber Co j J. A. Knott 

John S. Joyce • J. S. Joyce, Owner 



*Same as last report. 



fResume business this year. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



119 



Continued 



Secretarj' or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



fc. o d 



Capital 
Stock 



- Ties and other lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Hammon Prosser,. _ Iron ore 

J. A. O'Neill... Mica 

Rough lumber and cross ties 

F. J. Guilford Ginning cotton 

Carts, guano sowers and cultivators 

W. H. Hooker Ginning and sawing 

General repair shop 

C. T. White Staves, heading, lumber and box shooks 

J. E. Leigh Lumber 

Lumber, shingles, corn meal, ginning cotton. 



1914 
1913 
1917 
1902 
1909 
1912 
1912 
1906 
1916 
1912 
1904 
1915 
1900 



S 1,200 



1 Lumber and shingles 

Yellow pine, cypress and building material 

Lumber, cotton, grist mill 

D. E. Lewis Ginning cotton 

Laundry work 

Coca-cola and soda water 

Wm. Bragaw 1 Ice and ice cream 

George A. Phillips ' Lbr., truck pkgs., mill rollers, tob. sticks, hogsheads. 

W. B. Rodman . Cotton-seed oil, meal, hulls and linters 

Corn meal, flour and feed 

H. N. Blount Building materials 

W. H. Ellison Brick and tile ].]" 

C. F. Burroughs Fertilizers 

J. D. Gorham Stock barrel heading 

F. T. Phillips.. Fertilizers [".[ 

Lumber 

Men's shirts 

S. W. Travers Commercial fertilizer.. 

J. A. Hackney Buggies, surries and auto, truck bodies 

Rough lumber, meal 

Buggies, carts, wagons, etc 

Dressed lumber 

Buggies, carts, wagons and wheels 

Boards and framing lumber 

C. R. Overton Carts, wagons, buggies and repairing. ., 

Rough lumber 

Buggies, farm carts, repairs and undertaking 

H. C. Bridger Cotton-seed oil, meal, hulls and linters 

Lumber 

Pine lumber 

A. G. Homles... Ginning Cotton 

Lumber 

.- Dressed lumber 

.: Laths and lumber 

Lumber 

- Lumber and shingles 

Lumber 

R. Roth Cedar boards 

; Rough lumber 



1904 
1899 
1913 
1909 
1911 
1892 
1894 
1901 
1891 
1895 
1905 
1914 
1912 
1915 



1902 
1895 
1913 



1910 



1891 
1917 
1897 
1906 
1874 



1910 
1911 



1,600 
100,000 
10,000 
1,000 
2,500 
3,500 
7,500 



200,000 
9,000 
3,500 
3,700 
2,000 
600 



3,600 

3,200 

8,000 

16,000 

46,000 

28,000 

75,000 

20,000 

18,000 

155,000 

23,000 

10,000 

40,000 

6,000 



100,000 
1,200 
3,000 



1,000 



3,000 
6,000 



1,000 
3,000 



99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 



120 



JJ^OETH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 



Brunswick.. 
....do , 

Buncombe.. 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

....do.. , 

...do 

...do 

...do , 

...do , 

...do 

...do. 

...do. 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do.. 

....do-. 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

..do 

...do 

...do 

Burke 

...do 

...do 



Southport 

Wilmington 

Ahoskie, R. 4 

Alexander 

Asheville 

....do 

....do - 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

.-..do.. 

...-do 

.-.do - - 

....do. _... 

....do 

....do. ._ 

....do ._.. 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do. 

..-_do-_ _... 

--do 

..--do 

— .do 

....do. 

....do..-. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

----do- 

— -do 

....do 

...-do.— --.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

_...do 

...do 

Azalea 

...do 

Black Mountain.. 

Candler 

...do.. 

Fletcher... 

Swannanoa 

...do 

Cold Springs 

Connelly Springs. 
....do 



Southport Fish Scrap and Oil Co... 

Navassa Guano Co 

Craggy Milling Co i 

Morris & Sheppard j 

American Feed Milling Co 

Asheville Chero-Cola Bottling Co... 

Asheville Harness Co 

Asheville Mica Co 

Asheville Milling Corporation 

.\sheville Packing Co 

Asheville Steam Bakery, Inc 

Asheville Supply and Foundry Co.. 

Blue Ridge Lime Co 

Biltmore Wheat-Hearts Co. 

Carolina Machinery Co 

Champion Chemical Co 

Club Cafe and Candy Kitchen 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Elk Mountain Brick Co... 

General Graphite Co 

Georgia Talc Co 

Hackney & Moale Co.. 

Hans Rees' Sons 

Independent Scale Co 

T. P. Johnson & Co... ! 

Jones Sash, Door, and Blind Fty.-. 

Knoxville Directory Co 

Mountain City Laundry 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.. 

Piedmont Directory Co 

Charles S. Pugh. 

Sanitary Laundry 

Smathers Mattress Factory. 

Storage Supply Co 

Swannanoa Laundry.. 

The Inland Press 

The Rogers Press 

Turnbill Gone Machine Co 

W. B. Valentine & Co 

Whiteside Printing Co 

Williams-Brownell Planing Mill Co.. 

Williams & Fulgham Lumber Co 

Azalea Woodworking Co 

North Fork Lumber Co 

O. K. Corn MiU 

W. M. Penland— 

Peoples Roller Mills 

Fairview Milling Co 

Reighard Lumber Co 

Swannanoa Roller Mill 

W. A. Gurley - 

H. T. Hildebrand.... ' 

Shingle, Lath, Saw and Planing Mill 



J. W. Dey 

E. T. Taylor 

F. E. Glispie 

R. S. Morris, Mgr. 
T. M. Weaver 



J. P. Coston. 

W. Vance Brown, Mgr. 

M. D. Shook. 

S. Sternberg & Co 

M. K. Zindel.. 

D. S. Hildebrand 

Dr. P. R. Moale 

W. E. Collins.. 

W. F. Post 

S. H. Brown 

Theobold&Brandt,Prp 

R. L. Ellis 

Guy Weaver 

M. W. Manahan 

E. B. Glenn 

Dr. P. R. Moale 

G. H. Raymond 

William B. Jones 

T. P. Johnson, Owner 
W. M. Jones, Prop. ... 

E. H. Miller 

Jacob F. Weaver 

F. A. White 

E. H. Miller 

C. S. Pugh, Owner 

E. Wilder, Prop 

R. I. Smathers. 

D. C. Waddell, Jr 

C. N. Brown, Mgr 



H.Taylor Rogers, Ow'r 

W. W. Turnbill. 

George R. Collins 

Ed. W. Whiteside.Pr'p 

J. P. Houser 

J. M. Williams. ... 

W. D. Riddick 

C. T. Kinsland. 

B. J. Ownley, Mgr 

W. M. Penland, Owner 
Wm. E. Cole, Owner.. 
B. J. Alexander, Ow'r. 

L. E. Reighard 

H. A. Coggins, Prop.. 
W. A. Gurley, Owner.. 
H.T.Hildebrand.Ow'r. 
J. E. Coulter, Prop... 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



121 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasiirer 



Articles Manufactured 



u a m 

O rt OQ 

O, C ID 

uo a 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



C. P. Dey 

George Sloan.. 
C F. Sumner. 



L. W. Jacobs... 
L. W. Jackson. 
C. N. Webster_ 



Oil and fish scrap 

Sulphuric acid fertilizers 1895 

Flour and meal 1918 

Corn meal and flour. ._ ..[ 1907 

Horse and dairy feeds, corn meal and flour ' 1914 



42,000 
200,000 
25,000 
13,000 
50,000 



W. T. Hall. 



D. G. Devenish... 

W. C. Britt 

J. W. Grimes 

Oliver L. Rhodes. 

S. P. Reese 

Charles Nichols... 



N. N. Beadles 

J. W. Wolf 

L. A. Dorman. 

J. T. Glenn 

Miss P. E. Morrow. 

H. B. Rees 

L. H. Jones 



Philip R. Moale. 

J. N. Greer. 

Chester Brown... 
P. R. Moale 



W. A. Miller. 
Fred Kent- 



Saddlery 1907 

Mica for electrical and stove uses 

Flour, meal and feed 1915 

Inedible tallow and slavighter house tonnage \ 1898 

Bread ' 1909 

Foundry and machine shop i 1895 

Burnt lime, ground limestone \ 1904 

Wheat cereal | 1916 

General repair shop : 1912 

"Micleansei " scrubbing powdei ' 1915 

Ice cream, restaurant, candies ^ 1895 

Bottling coca-cola and soda water ' 1907 

Brick. : : 1918 

Refined graphite 

Talc or soapstone, etc i 1905 

Job printing, publishing and book binding 1902 

Tanners and finishers of leather 1902 

Computing scales 1914 

Smoke stacks, blow pipes, metal skylights, roofing. 1909 

Sash, blinds, doors, etc 1878 

Directories ; 1908 

Laundry work 1913 

Pepsi-cola and soda water | 1914 

City directoiies ; 1907 

Cigars j 1899 

Laundry. j 1912 

Mattresses, pillows and cushions ! 1907 

Ice .♦. I 1906 



20,000 



40,000 

9,000 
25,000 
24,800 
75,000 
32.500 
16,000 

60,000 

50,000 

1,500,000 

32,000 

39,800 

1,000,000 

120,000 

100 

20,000 

10,000 

3,000 

15,000 

10,000 



68,700 



B. G. Barbee, Mgr.. 
M. L. Turnbill 



Laundry business. 
Job printing 



E. L. Gaston... 
J. E. Fulgham. 
J. E. Fulgham. 
P. R. Moale.... 



Ed. Reighard. 



Cone machinery 

Granite products 

Job printing 

Box shooks, furn. dimension, plan, mill specialties. 

Hardwood lumber 

House trimming 

Acid and pulp wood, etc 

Corn meal 

Stone ware .. 

Flour, meal, feed 

Flour and meal 

Lumber and planing mill products 

Flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

Building material 

Lumber, shingles, laths, meal and feed 



1916 
1914 
1910 
1916 
1917 
1902 



40,000 



1913 
1909 
1910 
1914 
1870 
1894 
1914 
1914 
1900 
1908 
1905 
1883 



26,200 

15,100 

29,300 

20,000 

6,000 

1,500 

3,500 

2,000 

25,000 



5,000 
10,000 
2,000 



J07 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
1.32 
UZ 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 



122 



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Table No. 1- 



County 



Burke Drexel 

do do ; 

do Glen Alpine 

do.._ do 

do Icard 

do .__ Morganton 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do Valdese 

do do 

do Worry 

Cabarrus Concord 

do... -..rdo 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

...-do......... Gold Hill. 

do Harrisburg 

do Midland 

189 do__ Mount Pleasant. 

190 i Caldwell Globe 

191 L..do do 

192 ' do Granite Falls.... 

193 do do 

do Lenoir 

do do 

....ao do 

do do 

....do L...do 

do.. Patterson 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



200 i do_ 



Upton. 



do i Valmead 

do do 

Camden Shiloh 

....do South Mills 

Carteret I Beaufort 

do.. do 

do do 

do ' do 

do do 

do do 

do Davis 

do I Morehead City. 



Drexel Lath Mill 

Drexel Roller MilL.. 

Glen Alpine Milling Co 

Pitts & Giles. 

Icard Mfg. Co 

Burke Bottling Co 

Burke Tannery 

Duckworth Brick Co 

Kincaid Saw Mill. 

Morganton Bottling Works* 

Morganton loe and Fuel Co 

Morganton Mfg. and Trading Co... 

Waldensian Paper Box Co 

Waldensian Swiss Embroidery Co.. 

Caldwell Mills 

Carolina Bottling Co 

Concord Foundry 

Concord Job Printery 

Concord Steam Bakery 

Concord Steam Laundry... _. 

Concord Milling Co 

Harris Lumber Co.f. 

National Lumber Co 

Southern Cotton Oil Co. 

The Poplar Ginning and Imp. Co... 

Wagoner Lumber Co 

Lentz Harness Works 

Harrisburg Improvement Co 

Widenhouse Saw Mill 

Mount Pleasant Lumber Co ■... 

Crump-Austin Co 

Green's Saw Mill* 

Granite Bottling Works 

Warlicl^ & Sherrill Co... 

Barlow & Son 

Grist Printing Co.t 

Lenoir Roller Mills 

Lenoir Veneer Co __ 

Powell Bros 

John B. Hagaman 

W. B. Estes Saw Mill 

Palmer Saw Mill 

Price-Cline Harness and Tan'g Co. 

Wright's Saw MiU... .... 

Williams' Saw Mill 

Beaufort Ice Co 

Beaufort Machine Shop 

Carteret Lumber Co 

Dey & Bros., Inc., Fish Plant 

Doane & Bartlett Co 

Taylor Creek Fish Scrap Oil 

Davis Canning Co 

Bogue Sound Lumber Co.. 



M. A. Settlemyer.Ow'r 

C. S. Berry 

J. H. Giles 

J. H. Giles, Mgr 

D. B. Mil's 

I. Lazarus 

A. M. Kistler, Mgr 

Ed. Alexander.. 

S. A. Kincaid, Mgr 

J. L. McCall 

I. M. Taylor 

F. P. Tate 

J. L. Garron 

W. C. Ervin 

I/. P. Henderson, Mgr. 

J. T. Goodman 

C.A.Blackwelder.Ow'r 
R. L. Litaker, Prop... 

G. T. Earnhardt, Prop 



M. L. Buchanan 

C. J. Harris 

G. S. Klutz 

S. T. Morgan 

S. R. Andrew 

C. B. Wagoner 

A. C. Lentz 

W.Ed. Harris. 

C. J. Sasser 

John L.C. Miller, Owr. 



R. D. Green, Owner.. 

H. V. Bolick 

J. V. Sherrill 

Barlow & Son, Props.. 

P. O. Grist, Mgr 

J. C. Seagle 

G. M. Hutton 

F. D. Powell, Mgr 

J. R. Hagaman, Owt._ 

W. B. Estes, Owr 

Albert E. Palmer. 

J. C. Seagle 

W. G. Wright..-.. 

D. E. Williams, Prop.. 

C. L. Duncan 

W. L. Paul, OwT - 

F. E. Willson 

C. P. Dey.... 

C. I^. Ives. 

W.V.B.Patton 

N. W. Taylor 

E. H. Gorham 



*Same as last report. 



fBusiness by contract. 



JSuspended. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



123 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



° c s 

S-iS 

gO-3 



Capital 
Stock 



L. Huffman. .- 
A. W. Trexler. 



D. H. Fulbright- 
C. F. Kirksey 



Tom Duckworth. 



G. C. Denton. 
J. A. Dickson. 



J. T. Honeycutt. 



R. E. Ridenhour. 
C. F. Ritchie 

B. E. Harris 

J. A. Cannon 

E. E. Coles 

C. R. Andrew 

H. M. Propst 



Laths 

Flour, etc 

Flour and meal 

Lumber 

Lumber, hosiery, flour and corn meal 

Soft drinks. 

Oak leather belting butts, and oak sole leather 

Common brick 

Lumber 

Bottled soft drinks 

Ice 

Sash, doors, etc 

F. Garron I Paper boxes for ladies and misses 

H. Colt Laces and embroideries 

Flour and meal 

Coca-cola and soda water 

General repair, cotton mills 

Commercial printing 

Bread, rolls, pies and cakes 

Laundering 

Flour, meal and feed 

Lumber 

Lumber and box shocks 

Cotton seed products and fertilizer 

Cotton ginning 

Lumber 

Harness, etc. 

Ginning cotton 

Pine and oak, rough lumber and ties 

Ginning, building material, smallline of furniture. 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Soft drinks 

Tables, excelsior, picker sticks, etc 

Lumber and ties 

Printed stationery 

J. C. Guire \ Flour, meal and feed 

M. H. Craddock [ Veneers 

' Common brick 

Furniture and lumber 

Shingles and dressed lumber 

Lumber 

Harness leather 

Shingles and rough lumber 

Gum, pine and cypress, laths and box shooks 

Ice. 

General repair work. 

N. C. Pine lumber. 

Fish, crab and oil 

Fish oil and scrap, vegetable barrels. 

Fish scrap and oil. 

Oysters, tomatoes, beans. 

Lumbei. 



1913 
1915 
1907 
1903 
1914 
1917 
1891 
1917 
1906 



700 
3,000 
1,200 



J. T. Alexander 

A. P. Widenhouse. 



B. A. Crump. 



D. H. Warlick. 



1908 
1891 
1901 
1915 
1917 



1887 
1913 
1900 



1892 
1914 
1910 



1908 
1916 
1901 
1901 



1905 
1908 



15,250 
5,000 

1,500 

4,000 

3,000 

5,000 

46,000 

34,000 

39,400 

1,400 

3,000 



2,500 



9,000 
25,000 

6,500 

7,500 
10,000,000 

2,025 
40,000 



25,000 



1902 
1911 



A. W. Palmer. 
C. E. Rabb.... 



W. E. Swann. 



W. R. White, Treas. 

W. A. Mace. 

A. F. Doane . 

W. A. Mace 

W. T. Davis 

W. C. Gorham 



1907 
1915 
1905 
1896 
1900 



1908 
1907 
1912 
1911 

1911 
1917 
1881 
1910 
1917 
1912 
1913 



2,500 
2,500 
2,000 
2,500 
300 
1,000 

25,000 
8,500 
5,000 

50,000 



15,000 

1,500 

16,000 

12,000 

500 

200,000 

20,000 

19,800 

10,500 

2.000 

10,000 



124 



ITOETH CaKOLINA LaBOR STATISTICS 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 
248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
258 
259 
260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 



County Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



Carteret. 
...do.-... 
...do..... 
...do..... 
...do..... 
...do..... 
...do..... 
...do..... 
....do..... 



Morehead City Canfield Lumber Co 

do ! Carteret Ice Trans, and Sto. Co. .-. 

do New Port Fisheries Co 

do. I North Carolina Shipbuilding Co 

do ' Portsmouth Fisheries Co 

....do R. W. Taylor 

do ' Wallace Fislieries Co 

do Willis Marine Railway 

do I Woodland & Co 



...do... Sea Level ' Taylor Packing Co 

Caswell Purley... Davis Saw Mill 

Catawba Catawba Eureka Roller Mills 

...do I Claremont Carpenter-Yount & Co 

...do ! do Monitor Roller Mills .' 

...do ' Conover Conover Roller Mills 

...do do Hickory Handle and Mfg. Co 

...do. do. Warlong Glove Mfg. Co 

...do Hickory Catawba Milling Co.. 

do do Clay Printing Co 

do. -I do* Hickory Brick Co 

do ! do 1 Hickory Collar Co 

do do Hickory Harness Co 

do do Hickory Ice and Coal Co 

do do... Hickory Mfg. Co — 

do .i do ' Hickory Marble and Granite Co. 

do do , Hickory Novelty Co 



G. D. Canfield 

C. S. Wallace 

M. S. Lee 

G. D. Canfield 

C. S. Wallace 

R. W. Taylor, Owr.... 

Charles S. Wallace 

O. C. Willis, 0«T 

J. E. Woodland 

V. Taylor 

J. H. & G. T. Davis.. 
John L. JIurray, Prop. 
J. P. Carpenter, Mgr.. 



S. S. Rowe, Out 

Mrs. A. L. Shuford 

A. L. Shuford 

W. I. Caldwell 

E. Lyerly... 

L. S. Lowman 

P. A. Setzer, Mgr 

S. L. Bowman, Mgr... 

E. Lyerly 

J. D. Elliott.... 



...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Hickory Overall Co 

Ivey Mfg. Co 

.. Paragon Mfg. Co 

do Pepsi-bola Bottling Co 

do Piedmont Wagon Co 

do j L. W. Poovey Brick Co 

Lincolnton ...' A. P. Finger Bros. Handle Factory. 



_..do .' Maiden Caldwell Lumber Co 

do Newton Newton Glove Co 

do [ do j Newton Ice and Fuel Co 

...do... I do.. Newton Oil and Fertilizer Co. 



do do ! Newton Roller Mills.. 

...do do. R.'P. Speagle 

Chatham Bennett -' Brewer «& Mane?s 

do ! do Lawrence Saw Mill 

...do.. ..' do Routh Roller Mill 

...do ' do Ward Saw and Planing MiU. 

...do i Bonlee. ' A. W. Vickory & Co 

do Brush Creek Gilliland & Fox 

do do Jordan & Lane. 

...do... Bynum Chatham Roller Mills 

...do Cumnock Gilmore Saw MiU. 

...do Goldston Goldston Brick Co 

...do... I Gulf Gulf Roller MiUs. 

...do... ! do Peerless Lumber Co 

do I Moncure j\I«ncure Mill and Gin Co — 

...do I Ore Hill , Kidd Lumber Mill. 



W. H. Westall 

J. D. Elliott 

J. B. Ivey 

J. F. Allen 

T. B. Boatright 

D. E. Rhyne 

L. W. Poovey, Owr 

A. P. Finger, Mgr 

L. S. Caldwell 

J. H. Yount 

E. M. Deal.... 

J. P. Yount 

G. A. Warlick. 

R. P. Speagle, Owner 
W. C. Bennett, Mgr... 

B. S. Lawrence, Owr. 



W. A. Ward, Owr.. 

A. W. Vickory 

W. H. Fox.... 



Atwater&Lambeth.Les 
W. H. Gilmore, Mgr. . 
E. M. Goldston, Mgr.. 
J. N. Mclver, Owr. ... 

P. L. Lezier 

J. L. Womble 

D. C. Kidd 



•Plant in Burke County. 



Miscellaneous Factoeies 



125 



Continued 


Secretary or Tieasurer 


Articles Manvifactured 


.1 

M oPQ 


Capital 

Stock 


No. 


E. C. Council 


Lumber 


1909 

189S 
1917 
1917 
1917 


$ 25,000 

15,000 

25,000 

200,000 

75,000 


?1S 


Allen C. Davis 

J. C. Long 

J. C. Taylor 

W. M. Webb 


Ice 

Fish scrap and oil •. 

Ships 

Fish scrap and fish oil 

Fish scrap oil 


214 
215 
216 
217 
218 


W. M. Webb 


Fish scrap and fish oil 

Repair vessels 

Canned sea food 

Oysters. 

Lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Lumber'- : 

Flour and meal 


1913 
1912 

1907 
18S0 
1899 

1901 


50,000 

10,000 

1,000 

2,000 

600 

1,800 

1,500 

7,000 

8,000 

10,000 

5,000 

1,000 

7,000 

6,000 

1,500 

36,900 

24,000 

1,000 

5,000 

30,000 

50,000 

30,000 


219 
220 


A. G. Sterling 


991 




222 




223 




224 




225 


H. L. Arndt 


226 




227 


A. L. Shuford 

R. M. Hunsucker 

J. C. MiUer...._ ...] 

R. B. Fry 


Wooden loom parts for cotton mills 

Canvas work gloves 

Flour, meal and feed 

Commercial printing and publishing 

Common brick 

Harness and shop work 

Ice and coal 

Sash, doors, moulding and mill work 

Monuments and tombs 

Sash, doors, blinds and building material 

Overalls 

School desks, picker sticks and cotton mill supplies- 
Photographs 


1911 
1917 
1912 
1906 
1902 
190., 
1906 
1905 
1890 
1905 
1896 
1913 
1908 
1917 
1912 
1880 


228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 


W. Lyerly 


235 


W. B. Menzies.... .. 


236 


J. A. Balch 


237 


J. A. Lentz 


238 


F. A. Henderson 

G. F. Ivey 

C. T. Morrison.... 


2-i9 
240 
241 




Pepsi-cola and mixed sodas 


242 


W. A. Rudisill.. 


Farm wagons.. 


1,350 000 


243 




Common brick .. 


244 






1911 
1900 
1916 
1908 
1911 
1888 
1910 
1915 
1918 
1917 
1916 
1902 
1916 
1912 


4,000 
3,000 

21,700 

20,000 

200 

12,000 


245 




Door sash and building material 


246 


H. M. Yount-. . 


Canvas and flannel work gloves 

Ice 

Cotton-seed oil, meal and hulls 

Flour and meal 

Crockery ware 

Lumber of all kinds___ 

Lumber 

Flour and meal 

Rough and dressed lumber 

Handles 

Oak and pine boards, ties 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal, mill feed 


247 


J. M. Wagner 


248 


S. D. Houk.. .. 


249 


J. W. Killian... 


250 




251 




:52 
253 


B. C. Routh 


4,000 
4,000 
7,500 

1,500 
12,000 
2,000 
3,000 
10,000 

20,000 
1,500 


254 
255 


J. J. Lamb 

T. J. Gilliland 


256 
257 


J. M. Jordan 


258 
259 




Rough lumber 

Brick 

Flour, graham flour, meal and mill feed 

Dressed lumber 

Lumber cotton gin and saw mill 

Lumber 


1915 
1914 
1870 
1917 
1910 
1904 


260 




261 




262 




263 


C. D. Oriell 

D. C. Kidd, Mgr 


264 
265 



126 



ISToKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 




Postoffice 



Factory 



266 


Chiithain 


Pittsboro 


267 


. — do 


....do 


268 


..._do 


SilerCity.. 


269 


— .do 


....do 


270 


....do 


....do 


271 


....do 


do 


272 


....do 


....do 


273 


rio 


do 


274 


Cherokee 


Andrews. 


275 


....do 


....dc 


276 


....do 


....do . 


277 


....do 


.. do 


278 


....do 


Marble 


279 


..._do 


Murphy 


280 


....do 


....do 


281 


....do 


....do 


282 


....do_ 


.—do 


283 


....do... 


Regal 


284 


Chowan 


Edenton 


285 


....do 


....do... 


286 


....do... 


....do 


287 


....do 


.. do 


288 


....do 


....do 


289 


..._do 


do 


290 


....do 


-...do 


291 


....do. 


....do 


292 


....do 


....do 


293 


....do 


Tyner 


294 


Clay 


Hayes\"ille-. 


295 


Cleveland 


Casar 


296 


....do .... 




297 


..-_do 


.-..do. 


298 


....do 


Kings Mountain. - 


299 


....do 


.-..do 


300 


..-.do 


...-do 


301 


.-..do 


Lawndale 


203 


....do 


Mooresboro. 


303 


....do 


....do 


304 


....do .. 


Shelbv 


305 


....do 


....do 


306 


..-.do 


...-do 


307 


...-do 


....do 


308 


— .do 


-.-.do 


309 


....do 


.-.-do 


310 


..-do 


.-..do 


311 


..--do 


...-do 


312 


....do 


....do 


313 


Columbus ... 


Cerro Gordo 


314 


.:.-do 


Chadbourn 


315 


....do 


Elkton 


316 


....do-. 


Hallsboro 


317 


....do 


Lake Waccamaw.. 


318 


....do 


Newberlin 



Chatham Oil and Fertilizer Co 

Riddle & Riddle 

High Point Bonding and Chair Co. 

I Lambe Mfg. Co 

Norwood Saw Mill 

Oval Oak Mfg. Co 

Siler City Milling Co 

Workman Saw Mill 

Andrews Ice Co _ 

Andrews Printing Co 

Ferebee & Young Co 

!Mount A'ernon Tannery 

J. W. Welch 

Appalachian Iron and Mining Co.. 

Cherokee Roller Mills... 

Murphy Mills.- 

The Valley River Lumber Co 

Regal Marble Co 

Branning Mfg. Co 

Brown Saw and Scroll Mill 

M. B. Chappell 

Chowan Cotton Oil and Fer. Co 

Edenton Ice and Coal Storage Co... 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Tuttle & BelL 

Wilkes ^'eneer Co 

-41 bemarle Observer 

Center Hill Ginning Co 

Elf Roller Mills- 

A. R. McNeilly 

Grover Ginning Co 

C. F. Harry 

Cotton Oil Co 

Herald Publishing House 

Kiser Lumber Co 

Pearl Mills 

Mooresboro Cotton Oil Co 

Mooresboro Creamery Co 

L. U. Arrowood 

Cade Mfg. Co.* 

Eagle Roller Mills 

S. S. Royster Monazite Co 

Shelby Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Shelby Foundry.- 

Shelby Ice and Fuel Co .- 

Southern Cotton Oil Co 

Thompson & Co 

Williamson & Nance 

Columbvis Bottling Co 

J. M. Smith Saw Mill 

Pierce & Co., Mills 

North Carolina Lumber Co 

Newberlin Lumber Co 



President 



E. L. Hinton 

A. M. Riddle, Mgr 

J. Q. Seawell. 

J. C. Gregson 

G. S. Norwood, Mgr.. 

J. C. Lane. 

J. M. Scott 

Ed. Workman, Mgr... 

B. G. Webb, Owr 

P. B. Ferebee, OwT 

P. B. Ferebee 

F. Cover & Sons, Owrs. 

J. C. Welsh, Onr 

S. Long 

A.J. Hale 

R. M. Fain, Prop 

W. H. Woodbury 

J. D. Deshler 

A. T. Baker 

M. G. Brown, Owr 

M. B. Chappell, Owr.. 

H. T. Wood.-.. 

E. R. Conyer 

Reuben Madison, Owr. 

R. F. Tuttle, Mgr 

E. C.White.-.. 

H. L. Story, Prop 

B. M. Hollowell 

E. G. Allison, Mgr. ... 
A. R. McNeilly, Mgr.. 
M. R. Collins 

C. H. Harry, Prop 

G. D. Hambright 

G. G. Page, Prop 

J. P. Kiser .*. 

CarmeElam, Mgr 

J. B. Blanton 

E. B. Haineck. 



E. B. Hamrick 

W. R. Hartness 

S. S. Royster 

J. F. Goodman 

T. J. Babbington, Mgr 

^I. Putnam, Mgr 

Samuel T. Morgan 

Z. J. Thompson 

C. E. Williamson, Mgr. 

O. M. Powers 

J. M. Smith, OwT 

J. E. Thompson 

F. B. Gault 

A. R. Mitchell 



*Not yet operating. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



127 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



o c =" 
t. o c 



Capital 

Stock 



No. 



R. A. Wall Cotton-seed products and fertilizers 

Pine and oak lumber 

Grace Boling Bent stock and bent wood chairs 

A. A. Lanibe I Gin cotton 

Rough lumber 

Washboards, bent stock 

L. L. Wrenn Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber on contract 

Ice and meat 

Weekly newspaper and job printing 

Davidson Young Iron ore 

Sole leather and tanning extiacts 

Iron ore 

G. S. Leavenwoith Iron ore 

L. S. Hale Rye flour, wheat flour, corn meal and feed 

Flour, corn meal and feedstuff 

S. Woodbury Furniture, bedroom, dining-room, oak and gum 

R. G. Hunt Marble 

J. N. Piuden Lumber 

Rough and dressed lumber, sash, doors, and blinds. 

: Rough lumber 

T. J. Rogers ' Cotton-seed products and fertilizer 

H. C. Privott Dealers in coal and wood 

Bottled soda-water and pepsi-cola 

Common brick 

J. L. Wiggins Rotary veneer 

, Newspaper, etc 

O. E. Lane Gin cotton 

! Flour and corn meal 

! Lumber and shingles 

J. L. Green | Cotton 

Tables and box shooks 

J. M. Patterson ' Cotton-seed oil 

Publishing and printing 

A. W. Warlick Building material 

Flour meal and feed-__ 

J. P. McSwain ■ Crude cotton-seed oil, cotton-seed meal, hulls, linters 

J. W. Rollins Butter 

1 Cement blocks and drain tile 

J. H. Quinn ' Type-setting machines 

Stough Hoppei I Flour, meal, etc 

Monazite sand 

D. E. Honeycutt ; Soft drinks ,__ 

1 Castings for repairs and general repairs 

Ice 

Edward E. Coles 1 Cotton-seed oil, lint, hulls, meal and fertilizer 

C. S. Thompson | Mill work and lumber 

' Common brick 

! Carbonated soft drinks 

' Rough and dressed lumber 

J. B. Wyche 1 Rough and dressed pine lumber 

R. H. Duffie j Shingles 

S. Mitchell 1 Rough lumber.. _ 



1908 
1910 



1912 
1907 
1914 
1910 
1909 
1918 
1899 
1917 
1918 
1917 
1900 
1915 
1913 
1888 
1893 
1908 
1914 
1896 



1912 
1914 
1910 
1916 
1910 
1916 
1909 
1908 
1904 
1889 
1904 



1910 
1909 
1907 
1909 
1915 
1897 
1912 



1906 
1900 
1905 
1906 
1907 



1913 
1910 
1907 



35,000 
4,000 
8,000 
1,300 



2,500 
5,000 

500 
3,000 

800 
125,000 



15,000 
3,000 
5,000 
30,000 
125,000 
100,000 



7,500 
96,700 
20,400 



10,000 
4,000 



6,000 

1,000 

900 

10,000 

15,600 



10,000 



24,700 

6,000 

2,000 

1,500,00 

15,000 

50,000 

3,600 



12,600 

4,900 
2,000 
2,000 



:^5,000 
60,000 
10,000 



266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 
274 
275 
276 
2? 7 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 
291 
292 
293 
294 
295 
296 
297 
298 
299 
300 
301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
306 
307 
308 
309 
310 
311 
342 
313 
314 
315 
316 
317 
318 



128 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 




319 

320 

321 

322 

323 

324 

325 

326 

327 

328 

329 

330 I 

331 

332 

333 

334 

335 

336 

337 

338 

339 

340 

341 

342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
349 
350 
351 
352 
353 
354 
355 
356 
357 
358 
359 
360 
361 
362 
363 
364 
365 
366 
367 
368 
369 
370 
371 
372 



Columbus Vineland. 



...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



....do 

Wananish. 
Whiteville. 

..-.do 

....do- 

-—do 



Craven I Bridgeton.- 

.--do I Clark 

do do 

do Dover 

do I James City. 

do I New Bern.. 

do ..I do 

do ! do 

do... I do 

do do 

do ' do 

do I do 

do I do 

do ' do 

do I do 

do ' do 

....do j-...do 

do... t do 

do ...' do 

do... _do 

do do 

do ] do 

do ' do 

do 1 do 

do I do 

do I do 

do 1 do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do ._] do. 

do J do. 



..-do 

....do 

....do... 


....do 

do 

....do 


- 


....do.... 


Vanceboro 

Autry\'ille 

Autryville, R. 2. 
Cedar Creek 




Cumberland- 

...-do 

....do 

-...do 

do 


"" 


Fayetteville 


....do 


do... 




..-.do 

-.--do 


....do... 

....do 


- 


-.-.do 


....do 




....do 


....do 




.-._do 


....do.... 





Cotton Ginning Co 

Holcomb Saw Mill 

Council Tool Co 

W. L. Burchett 

Hardie-Daxas 

High Brick Works 

Whiteville Lumber Co 

Bridgeton Lumber Co 

Clark Brick and Tile Co 

Eubanks & Stewart Brick Yard 

Goldsboro Lumber Co 

Davis Bakery 

Adams Cooperage Co 

Atlantic Humus Co 

J. B. Blades Lumber Co 

Broaddus & Ives Lumber Co 

Chemical Lime Co 

Clark Lumber Mill 

F. S. Duffy Medicine Co 

Eastern Carolina Marble Works 

The Gum Panel Co 

Charles H. Hall __._ 

Kaf er Bakery 

McKeel Lumber Co.. 

E. H. & J. A. Meadows 

Model Steam Laundry 

Munger & Bennett Saw Mills _. 

Neuse Lumber Co 

New Bern Brick Co 

New Bern Cotton Oil and Fer. Mills. 

New Bern Ice Co... 

New Bern I. W. and Supply Co 

Peoples Brick Co 

Peptono Co 

Pine Lumber Co 

Richardson Printing Co 

Scott Register 

Larro Chemical Co 

The Gum Panel Co 

Trent River Marl and Lime Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

Waters Buggy Works 

' Vance Brick and Tile Co.. 

1 Carty Sliingle Mill 

Hall & Smith 

Dobson Mfg. Co... 

' Falcon Publishing Co 

Boon Bottling Works 

A. J. BuUard & Son 

Carolina Machine Co 

' Carolina Woodenware Co.. 

j Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Clarendon Laundry Co 

1 Fayettevalle Ice and Mfg. Co 



J. T. Powell... 

J. E. Holcomb, Owr... 

J. P. Council 

W. L. Burchett, Owr.. 

Dr. W. R. Davis 

Oscar High, Owr _ 

Watham Berry. 

A. Frank Bunting 

A. L.Willis 

G.T. Eubanks, Mgr... 

W. A. Winsatt 

R. R. Davis, Mgr 

S. H. Adams 

C. M. Keheo 

J. B. Blades 

R. M. Bryant. 

C. E. Foy.... 

H. C. McKeel 

F. S. Duffy, Prop 

Joe K. Willis, Owr 

W. F. Aberly 

Charles S. Hall, Owt.. 
Alfred A. Kafer, Prop. 

H. C. McKecL. 

E. H. Meadows 

M. K. Pleasants, Owr. 

K. E. Bennett. _ 

J. V. Blades 

W. B. Blades 

C. L. Ives 

Clyde Eby 

E. L. Willis 

Dr. W. M. Gibbs 

L. J. Taylor 

Freeman Hawk. 

R. A. Richardson, Mgr 

O. W. Lane... 

J. M. Howard 

W. T. Aberly. 

A. H. Judy 

S. T. Morgan... 

[Owr. 

A. M. Witherington, 
W. K. Carty & Bro. .. 
J. W. Hall, Mgr.. 

D. H. Beard, Mgr 

Rev. G. F. Taylor 

S. T. Boon, Mgr 

E. N. BuUard, Mgr. .. 

W. H. Russel, Owr 

H. W. LiUy 

J. C. Hutaff 

C. G. Carter, Mgr 

Jno. F. Harrison 



Miscellajsteous Factokies 



129 



Continued 




A. E. Powell.. 
K. C. Council. 



Bessie N. Clayton. 

H. M. Bunting 

J. L. Humphrey .. 



W. B. H. Blanford. 



George Green 

H. K. Lance 

J. Vernon Blades. 

J. E. Slater... 

r. G. Battle 

F. P. Hammer 



F. R. Stretch. 



T. P. Hammer.. 
Wade Meadows. 



G. G. Bennett 

A. F. Bunting 

John F. Rhodes... 

W. K. Styron 

Wm. Dunn 

Wm. A. Mcintosh. 
John F. Rhodes... 



W. F. Aberly. 



J. T. Harris 

C. S. Pennington 

F. R. Stretch 

H. A. Patten 

S. D. Crenshaw 

G. S. Waters, Owner. 



A. E. Robinson. 



J. C. Cowell. 
C. D. Hutafif. 



A. E. Dixon. 



Cotton gin t 1907 

Long and short leaf lumber... | 1912 

Tiu-pentine tools, auto trailers ..I 1886 

Rough lumber ; 1911 

Heading lumber, gum, cj'press, pine .' 1918 

Brick ..: 1889 

K. D. dressed lumber I 1902 

Rough lumber.. I 1907 

Brick and drain tile I 1911 

Brick.. j 1916 

Lumber ' 1889 

Cakes, pies, bread I 1898 

Slack barrel heading 1916 

Fertilizer material 1917 

Rough lumber .., 1906 

Lumber j 1898 

Fertilizers | 1906 

Lumber and tobacco hogshead material j 1907 

Medicine, "Duffy's Pills"...'.... 1910 

Tombstones j 1869 

Veneer . 

Rough pine lumber. 

Bakery products (bread, cake, pies). 

Lumber. 

Fertilizers 1890 

Laundering I 

Lumber 1913 

Rough and dressed lumber .i 1905 

Rough brick. | 1908 

Cotton-seed prod cts and fertilizers | 1898 

Ice I 1891 

1870 
1913 
1915 
1894 
1870 
1914 
1912 
1916 
1916 
1895 
1887 
1914 
1915 



Brass, iron castings, boilers, stocks, dredge pipe, etc. 

Rough lumber 

Syrup and soft drinks 

Lumber 

Job printing _* 

Account register, ice boxes, refrigerators, etc 

Sleeping powder... 

Veneer and ply-wood 

Marl 



Commercial fertilizer 

Buggies 

Brick and tile, clay roofing 

Lumber and shingles 

Lumber and shingles 

Lumber, shingles and laths 

Religious printed matter and some commercial. 

Soda-water and soft drinks 

Rough lumber 

Geneial job work 

Woodenware 

Soft drinks 

Laundry 



Ice and ice cream. 



1913 
1910 
1905 



1892 
1916 
1911 



4,000 

500 

100,000 

1,500 

2,000 



200,000 

16,000 

25,000 

6,000 

100,000 

250 

50,000 

25,000 

150,000 

60,000 

5,000 

40,000 

100,000 



22,400 

111,700 

7,500 

370,000 

20,000 

5,000 

100,000 

50,000 

24,000 

7,500 



10,000 



13,500 

1,100 

75,000 

50,000 



6,000 



1,500 
10,000 



5,000 
20,000 
2,000 



1899 150,000 



Dept. Labor, 1918 — 9 



130 



NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



373 
374 
375 

376 
377 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 
384 
385 
386 
387 
388 
389 
390 
391 
392 
393 
394 
395 
396 
397 
398 
399 
400 
401 
402 
403 
404 
405 
406 
407 
408 
409 
410 
411 
412 
413 
414 
415 
416 
417 
418 
419 
420 
421 
422 
423 
424 
425 



County 



PostofiBce 



Fayette ville 

...do 

...do 



Cumberland. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

.-..do 

....do.... 

....do 

....do- 

....do 

..-.do 

...-do -. 

....do 

...-do 

.-.do 

....do 

Currituck 

Dare j Manteo... 

Davidson Chandler 



Factory 



Fayetteville Light and Power Co... 

Gilmore-Rankin Lumber Co 

Judge Printing Co 

do [ LaFayette Mfg. Co 

do -I McMillan Metal Work 

do .; McNeill Bakery 



-do- 

...-do- 

.do.. 

-do- 

-do 

-do- 

....do 

..-do- 

...do- 

—do 

...do- 

Hope Mills 



Oakland Lumber Co 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

E. A. Poe Brick Co 

Rankin Lumber Co 

Charles Rankin's Planing Mill 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Co 

Southern Timber and Lumber Co.. 

Townsend Ice Cream Co 

Ward's Plow Works Thomas Ward, Owt... 

West Lumber and Box Co --. John H. West 

W'ing Holt Laundry -..I Wing Holt, Owner 

Rogers Lumber Mill | D. C. Rogers, Owner.. 

Jessie- -.- Strickland & Son Saw Mill.. -.| W. E. Strickland, Mgr. 

Manchester ., O. A. Waddell - O. A. Waddell, Owr... 



President 



W. W. Randolph 

Clif. E. Rankin 

J. W. Judge, Owt. 

W. E. Brothers 

J. A. Barnes 

Jas. N. McNeill, Prop. 

D. Johnson 

L. A. Randolph 

E. A. Poe 

Clif. Rankin 

G. H. West, Jr., Mgr... 
T. B. Renalds, Mgr. .. 

T. G. McAlister 

D. W. Townsend, Owr. 



Slocumb.. 
Stedman.. 

--.do 

Wade 

Shawboro. 



W. T. Reaves-— 

L. G. Faricloth 

D. W. Register, Owner 

D. H. Fox, Owner 

J. A. Spence 



-—do — . 

—.do 

.-..do 

-...do 

—do 

—do — . 

—.do 

.—do 

-...do 

—do.— 

-—do 

....do 

....do 

.--do 

--.do 

-_..do 

.-..do 

-—do 

--do 

-—do 



Denton 
..-do... 



A. P. Johnson, Miller. 
A. R. Corneison 



Reaves Saw Mill 

L. G. Faircloth Saw Mill.. 

Register Saw MiU 

Fox Saw MiU 

Shawboro Mfg. Co 

Daniels &Pugh ! E. R. Daniels.-. 

Coggin Saw Mill J. M. Coggin, Mgr 

Denton Roller Mills 

Snider Roller Mill Co 

...do. .1 Thompson Saw Mill 

do I Tysenger & Dunning— 

Handy..-. ...1 Luther Saw Mill 

High Point | Jesse L. Green Mill 

High Rock Peacock Saw Mill 

Everhart & Smith 

Snider & Williams Milling Co.. 

Carolina Products Co ..-| W. C. Yerger 

do. Crotts' Saw Jlill .' Thos. Crotts, Foreman 

...do- -. J. W. Earnhardt ' J. W. Earnhardt, Owr. 

...do .1 L. M. Everhart ! L. M. Everhart, Mgr.. 

...do Lexington Bottling Co ...1 J. C. Grimes, Mgr 

.--do -. Lee Veneer Co.— -' John T. Lowe 

...do- Lexington Roller Mills -. Thos. F. Grimes, Clerk 

.__do Lexington Steam Laundry ; J. H. Thompson, Ovrr. 

...do Peerless Mattress Co J. V. Moffitt, Prop 

...do SicelofTMfg. Co ! D. S. Siceloff, Prop... 

...do C. M. Thompson Sons ; J. H. Thompson, Mgr. 



Jackson Hill. 

Jubifee. 

Lexington. 



W. T. Tysenger, Mgr.. 
W. I. Luther, Mgr.... 
Jesse L. Green, Owr... 
H. L. Peacock, Owr... 
T. S. Everhart, Mgr... 



do ' Linwood ...j Beck Saw Mill W. F. Beck, Mgr 

do do.... -! A. W. Feezer Mill j A. W. Feezer, Owner. 

do do _j Linwood Mfg. Co j W. H. Phillips 

do I Newsom ' Alleghany Roller Mills ,— 

do I ThomasviUe. .! Gray Concrete Co ! J. H. Gray 

ao ' do I Hughes & Peace Lumber Co ' C. H. Newby 



Miscellaneous Factoeies 



131 



Continued 




A.''R. Moffitt. 
F. J. Tyson... 



L.'N. Whitted. 



W. R. Taylor. 
H. T. Smith.. 

J. C. Poe 

F. J. Tyson... 



H. M. Pinkston. 



W. A. West. 



C. E. Kramer. 
T. S. Meekins., 



Gas, tar and coke 

Sash doors, mill work and lumber 

General job and book ptg., sta. and office supplies. 

Lumber, dressed 

Turpentine stills and metal workers 

General bakery goods 

Lumber and shingles.. 

Pepsi-cola and sodas 

Common building brick 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Ice cream, candy and syrups 

Plows and plow timber : 

Box shocks 

Laundry 

Pine lumber, rough 

Shingles 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Lumber and cotton ginning 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Sawed lumber.. 

Ice 



1912 
1910 
1906 
1917 
1914 
1903 
1917 
1905 
1906 
1913 
1917 
1913 
1906 
1912 
1886 
1909 
1910 
1913 
1913 
1908 
1916 
1906 



J. W. Snider.. 

S. A. Thompson, Mgr. 



R. F. Snider, Mgr.. 
R. L. Burkhead 



Lumber 

Flour, meal and feed... 

Flour, meal and feed 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Lumber, rough pine and oak and cross ties. 

Building material 

Rough lumber 

Pine and oak lumber and cross ties 

Pine lumber 

Feldspar and mica 

Rough lumber 

Ginning cotton 



1910 
1917 
1914 
1911 
1900 
1916 
1910 
1916 
1914 
1911 
1911 
1913 
1915 
1916 
1911 



' Coca-colai\ soda water, ice cream.. 

D. W. Phillips ' Veneers and thin lumber ' 

, Flour, meal and feed 

I Laundry 

Mattresses 

, Trousers and overalls 

Sash, doors and all kinds of building material i 

Lumber 

Lumber and cross ties ! 

L. V. Phillips Veneers 

j Flour, meal and feed '[ 

F. B. Gray ' Sewer and culvert pipe, farm drain tile, brick, blocks 

F. E. Jennings ■ Lumber and box shocks .' 



1911 

1914 
1906 
1882 



1903 
1909 
1910 
1912 
1918 
1902 



1908 
1911 



7,500 
15,000 



6,300 
5,000 



25,000 



20,000 
15,000 
50,000 
6,500 
82,000 
1,000 
5,000 
15,000 



2,500 



2,000 
2,000 
1,500 



6,000 
20,000 



6,000 
7,500 
6,000 
1,100 
3,000 
4,000 
1,800 
2,000 
1,500 
10,000 
2,000 



2,000 



9,800 
60,000 



6,000 
1,500 



1,000 I 



5,000 
6,000 



373 
374 
375 
376 
377 
378 
379 
380 
381 
382 
383 
384 
385 
386 
387 
388 
389 
390 
391 
392 
393 
394 
395 
396 
397 
398 
399 
400 
401 
402 
403 
404 
405 
406 
407 



410 
411 
412 
413 
414 
415 
416 
417 
418 
419 
420 
421 
422 
423 
424 
425 



132 



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Table No. 1— 



No. 



County 



426 
427 
428 
429 
430 
431 
432 
433 
434 
435 
436 
437 
438 
439 
440 
441 
442 
443 
444 
445 
446 
447 
448 
449 
450 
451 
452 
453 
454 
455 
456 
457 
458 
459 
460 
461 
462 
463 
464 
465 
466 
467 
468 
469 
470 
471 
472 
473 
474 
475 
476 
477 
478 



Davidson. 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

Davie . 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

....do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

....do 

....do. 

Duplin 

....do. 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Durham .. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



Postoffice 



Factory 



Thomasville 

...do 

...do 

...do 

Welcome 

Advance. 

...do i 

...do i 

....do ..i 

Bixby 

Cana. 

Mocksville, R. 5.. 

Mocksville.. 

Mocksville, R. 3... 
Mocksville, No. 5. 

Mocksville 

....do. 

....do. 

Statesville, R. 7... 

Beulaville 

....do 

Calypso 

....do.. 

....do 

....do.. 

Cninquapin 

Kenansville 

Magnolia 

Rose Hill 

Wallace. 

Warsaw 

Durham 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

East Durham 

Durham 

....do... 

....do 

....do. 

....do... 

....do.. 

....do. 

....do.... 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-..do... 

._.-do 



North State Veneer Co 

Thomasville Spoke Works Co 

Thomasville Veneer and Panel Co.. 

Thomasville Roller Mill. 

Welcome Milling Co 

Advance Roller Mills 

Allen Saw Mill 

G. H. C. Shult 

Softley Saw Mill 

A. C. Wood... 

Hendricks Planing Mill 

Baity's Saw Mill 

Dyson Saw Mill 

J. P. Green Milling Co 

Fork Milling Co 

Frick Sawing Outfit 

Horn- Johnston Co 

J. L. Sparks. 

Sparks & Dwire 

County Line Roller Mills 

Brown Saw Mill 

Kennedy Grist Mill. _ 

Farmers Ginning Co... 

W. Patton 

Pottery Crates Mfg. Co 

Workman's Mfg. Co 

Parker Saw Mill 

Bryan Saw Mill 

Carolina Mfg. Co 

Atlantic Coflfin and Casket Co 

L. Southerland Planing Mill 

J. H. Peirce Mfg. Co.... 

American Tobacco Co 

Austin- Heaton Co .. 

Bain-Kimball Co 

W. C. Bradsher Tobacco Co 

Branch-King Cigar Co 

Cary Lumber Co 

Chatham Lumber Co 

Cheek & Belvin 

Coca-Cola Bottling Ccf. 

Durham Bakery 

Durham Buggy Co 

Durham Ice Cream Co 

Durham Iron Works 

Durham Marble Works.. 

Durham Novelty Co 

Durham Tobacco Mfg. Co 

Durham Vehicle and Harness Co.. 

Eno River Mills 

Imperial Tobacco Co 

King-Cola Bottling Co 

Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co 



President 



A. H. Rogan 

W.H. Diets 

A. Kauffman 

W. G. Hinkle, Owner. 
J. C. Ripple 



W. W. Allen 

G.H.C. Shult, Owner. 
John A. Softley, Owr.. 
A. C. Wood, Owner... 

D. H. Hendricks, Mgr. 

I. H. Baity, Owner 

N. B. Dyson, Owner.. 

J. P. Green 

A. M. Garwood 

R. M. Current, Mgr... 

L. G. Horn 

J. L. Sparks, Owner.. 

J. S. Sparks, Owner 

J. W. Stroud, Prop. 

J. H. Brown 

O. F. Kennedy, Mgr.. 

G. A. Sutton 

W. Patton 

W. Patten, Prop 

W. Patten, Sr 

G. B. Parker, Mgr 

J. A. Bryan, Owner 

J. A. Groves 

E. McN. Carr 

L. Southerland, Owr._ 

J. H. Peirce, Mgr . 

P. S. HilL 

W. M. Speed.. 

W. W. Kimball, Part.. 

Jones Fuller 

H. H. King 

H. C. Satterfield 

Ernest Williams 

O. W. Belvin, Mgr.... 

J. B. Harrison 

W. L. Whitman, Prop. 

S. W. Minor 

A. G. Cox 

W. R. Kukn 

C. J. Henlin, Prop 

R. H. Wright 

George H. Beale 

J. S. Carr 

J. A. Hopkins, Prop.. 
E. S. Carlton.Res.Mgr. 
G. H. Scroggins, Owr.. 
C. C. Dula 



Miscellaneous Factories 



133 



Continued 



Secretary oi Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 




No. 



E. C. Jones Poplar and oak veneer 

J. A. Green Spoke and handles 

R. T. Lambert Veneer 

Flour, meal and feed 

J. L. Ripple Exchange grist mill and lumber 

B. R. Bailey Flour, meal and feed 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Building material 

Lumber 

I Crating 

I Rough lumber 

I Lumber 

Minnie Chesher ] Flour, meal, feed 

J. R. WiUiams Flour, meal, feed and lumber 

Lumber 

J. B. Johnston Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber 

Rough lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Raw lumber 

Corn meal 

E. B. Sutton Cotton ginned 

Charles Slahn Flour, lumber, etc 

Crate pottery and box shocks. 

Charles Stahn Flour, corn meal and crates 

Lumber 

Lumber and laths... 

J. L. Southall Berry crates and vegetable packages 

D. B. Herring Coffins and caskets 

Lumber 

- ' Lumber, sash, doors and blinds 

C. F. Neiley Tobacco and cigarettes 

Wheat flour, feed and corn meal 

Monuments and tombstones 

W. C. Bradsher Leaf Tobacco 

Cigars 

C. P. Strickland Lumber _ 

H. L. Williams Lumber 

Building brick. 

W. K. Rand Soft drinks 

Bread, cakes, pies, etc 

E. F. Sharpe ...j Buggies 

Ice cream 

George H. Myars General repair shop 

Monuments and building of marble and granite. 

T. D. Wright Window shades 

Cigars 

C. C. Howerton Spring wagons, etc 

Corn meal.. 



1917 
1905 
1903 
1914 
1914 
1901 
1907 
1882 



1891 
1910 



8,500 
11,000 

9,000 
25,000 

6,400 

8,000 

2,000 
1,000 
1,000 
5,000 



1913 
1909 
1916 
1894 
1905 
1913 
1907 
1918 
1917 
1916 
1910 
1914 
1918 
1895 
1912 
1916 
1907 
1912 
1912 
1904 
1906 
1917 
1916 
1911 
1894 



10,500 
3,000 
12,000 
10,000 
2,000 
1,500 



1904 
1904 
1893 
1905 
1917 
1917 
1878 
1917 
1917 
1909 



10,000 
600 

8,000 
12,000 

5,000 
12,000 

1,000 

800 

10,000 

20,000 

3,000 



154,010,600 

300,000 

900 

10,000 

2,200 

75,000 

449,000 



3,600 

500 

112,000 

4,500 

25,000 



King-cola, bludwine and soda water. 

E. H. Thurston > Cigarettes, smoking tobacco 



10,000 
10,000 
5,000 

; 3,300 

1902 i 

1914 I 10,000 
1911 i65,752,700 



426 

427 

428 

429 

430 

431 

432 

433 

434 

435 

436 

437 

438 

439 

440 

441 

442 

443 

444 

445 

446 

447 

448 

449 

450 

451 

452 

453 

454 

455 

456 

457 

458 

459 

460 

461 

462 

463 

464 

465 

466 

467 

468 

469 

470 

471 

472 

473 

474 

475 

476 

477 

478 



134 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 



479 
480 
481 
482 
483 
484 
485 
486 
487 
488 
489 
490 
491 
492 
493 
494 
495 
496 
497 
498 
499 
500 
501 
502 
503 
504 
505 
506 
507 
508 
509 
510 
511 
512 
513 
514 
515 
516 
517 
518 
519 
520 
521 
522 
523 
624 
525 
526 
527 
528 
529 
530 
531 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



Durham Durham i W. C. Lyon 

.do.. ...do. Model Laundry 

do.. do Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co... 

.do do i Raport Optical Co _ 

...do do I Rosenstein Optical Parlors 

...do. ..do. Seeman Printery 

.do do... ! Venable Tobacco Co 

.do.. do.. ! Virginia Carolina Chemical Co 

...do East Diu-ham Durham Lumber Co 

__do Rougemont George P. Nichols 

Edgecombe.. Pinetops. I Pinetops Oil Mill... 

.do do ! Pinetops Sash and Door Co 

._do.. Rocky Mount North State Ice Co 

do do Planters Cotton Oil and Fer. Co 

do do : Rocky Mount Ice and Fuel Co 

do.. _j Tarboro ; C. F. Clayton 

do I do Consumers Oil Co 

do I do East Carolina Railway Shops 



W. C. Lyon, Owt 

O. L. Roach.. 

M. B. Burnett 

S. Raport 

N. Rosenstein, Owr... 

E. A. Seeman 

S. W. Venable, Jr 

S. T. Morgan 

D. C. Mitchell. 

G. P. Nichols, OwT.... 



....do. 

....do 

....do 



..do Enterprise Carriage Co 

...do Legget Lumber Co 

...do Tarbcro Ginning Co... 

do I do Tarboro Pepsi-Cola Co 

....do L...do Tar River Oil Co 

Forsyth I Bethania Bethania Stock Co 

do Clemmons ; Yadkin River Roller stills. 

do. Kernersville ' Kernersville Roller Mills... 



....do.. 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do.. 

.-.-dp 

....do. 

..-do- 

....do—. 



do ...1 B. X. & R. F., Linville 

Lewisville Fairview Roller Mills 

Rural Hall ' Allbright Mfg. Co 

do A. L. Payne 

do Wilson Mill and Lumber Co.. 

Tobaccoville . Dosier Roller Mills 

do I Hunter & Long Saw Mill 

Walkertown ' Walkertown Roller Mills 

AVinston-Salem Bailey Bros., Inc 

do Barber Printing Co 

do Blue Pearl Granite Co 

do. ._ Briggs-Shoffner Co 



do ! do Capel Box Co 

do I do Carolina Foundry and Machine Co._ 

do I do ._! Carolina Ore Co... 

do. ' do.. Carolina Paper Bo.x Co 

do. ' do Crystal Ice Co 

do ..' do Export Leaf Tobacco Co 

....do ' do J. G. Flynt Tobacco Co 

do do Fogle Bros. Co 

....do. .' do Forsyth Roller Mills 

do. i do Hanes Rubber Co 

do ' do G. E. Nissen & Co. 

do— do I S. J. Nissen Co -.. 

do ' do ' Norman-Perry Drug Co 

do do ' Orinoco Supply Co 

do I do Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 



VV. L. Reasons 

J. W. Hines 

E. L. Daughtridge 

R. H. Ricks.. 

C. F. Clayton, Prop.. 

F. S. Royster 

II. C. Brigers, Pres 

T. & II. S. Hussy, Ov\T. 

F. Fountain 

George Howard 

D. A. Taylor 

Dr. L. L. Staton 

E. T. Lehman.. 

A. A. Styles 

Harmon-Linville, Pro 

B. X. Linville, Mgr... 

C. O. Sprinkle, Owr... 

O. M. Kiser 

A. L. Payne, Owr 

W. T. Wilson 

J. D. Anderson, Owt.. 
C. G. Hunter, Mgr.... 
B .E.&A.J.Payne,Owr. 
M. D. Bailey. 

E. F. Barber, Owner.. 

W. H. Clinard 

W. F. Shoffner 

T. S. Rucker 

W\ B. Cask. 

J. L. Ludlow 

W. D. Hemingway 

W. N. Poindexter 

H. C. Owen 

J. G. Flynt.. 

H. A. Pfohl 

A. E. Holton. 

A. S. Hanes 

W. M. Nissen, Owner.. 
S. J. Nissen 

F. R. Norman 

E. T. Mickey 

A. F. Moses 



Miscellaneous Factories 



135 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasuier 



Articles Manufactured 



t- B m 
o C 5 

a C ID 

tTo c, 
gO"3 

H4 OfQ 



Capital 
Stock 



Harness and sell hardware 

W. W. Williamson [ Launderers 

C. H. Burnett I Pepsi-cola and soft drinks 

Optical products - 

I Optical lenses 

W. E. Seeman. • Printing and blank books 

W. C. Wooding— I Tobacco dealers . 

S. W. Travers Sulphuric acid and fertilizers 

R. H. Cowan, Jr Building material, sash, doors, and mill work 

: Lumber 

W. E. Phillips I Operate gin 

W. E. Phillips ! Rough pine lumber and tobacco hogsheads 

„ Ice -- 

E. Gorham Cotton-seed products and fertilizer^ 

J. W. Hines \ Ice 

' Job printing 

C. A. Johnson Miller of cotton seed, peanuts soja beans, etc 

Repairing 

Buggies 

J. H. Koonce Lumber, cotton gin, garage, etc 

C. A. Johnson __ General gin ^ 

H. W. Lupton Beverages 

E. V. Zoeller Cotton-seed oil and cotton ginnery 

Chas. H. Griffith Flour and feed 

W. A. Styles. ' Flour, meal, feed 

' Flour, meal and feed 

Common brick 

Flour, meal and feed 

T. W. Alderman Patented — reinforced closet seats 

Tobacco flues 

E. A. Wolff Flour and meal, lumber and general merchandise 



1900 
1914 
1913 



$ 25,000 
20,000 
5,600 



1904 
1885 
1911 



Lumber 

I Flour, meal and feed 

Trace Bailey Chewing and smoking tobacco 

: Job printing 

R. O. Apple Granite 

W. S. Pfohl : Iron, brass, bronze, aluminum, machine work, etc.. 

J. L. Rodwell Boxes and box shooks 

J. F. Gerner Iron, brass and alum, cast;., tob. mach., corn mills.. 

W. T. Brown Nodulized pyriles cinder 

S. Linthicum paper boxes 

J. C. Tuttle. Ice. 

R. C. Harrison ' Redrying leaf tobacco 

T, P. Fulton ' Plug chewing tobacco 

F. A. Fogle Planing mill and general mill work 

A. T. Butner Flour and meal 

V. C. Burrows Pneumatic and solid tires and inner tubes 

Farm wagons 

S. J. Nissen ' Spring wagons 

N. E. Perry Flavoring extracts and patent medicines 

H. B. Pulliam | Building material 

Van B. Meechon : Pepsi-Cola 



3,000 
30,000 
75,000 



1909 


38,000. 


1916 


1,200 


1910 


3,000 


1906 


5,000 


1913 


42,000 


1904 


38,800 


1903 


42,000 


1891 1 




1902 


50,000 


1898 '. 




1867 ■ 


1911 : 


10,000 


1913 


10,000 


1916 


14,510 


1888 ' 


11,860 


1909 i 


7,500 


1912 ' 


250 


1860 


15.000 


1894 


4,000 


1910 


8,000 


1916 


25,000 


1869 


1,000 


1918 


15,500 


1902 




1906 


1,200 


1913 1 


5,000 


1905 j 


286,700 


1907 1. 




1893 


50,000 


1909 


60,000 


1917 


14,000 


1913 


20,100 


1911 


55,000 


1908 1 


14,000 


1912 


165,000 


1912 




1911 


108,000 


1871 


100,000 


1900 


150 


1917 


500,000 


1834 




1894 - 


1911 


23,300 


1909 


61,200 


1907 


7,200 



136 



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Table No. 1 — 



No. 


County 


PostofBce 


Factory 


President 


532 
533 
534 
535 
536 
537 
538 
539 
540 


Forsyth 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 


Winston-Salem 

.-.-do- -.- 

-—do 

.—do 

-..-do 

-..-do. 

-.-.do 

---do 


Piedmont Industrial Press.. 

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co 

Salem Iron Works 

Sallock Candy Kitchen 

.1. E. Shelton Box and Lbr. Co 

Sheppard Veneer Co 

J. W. Shipley 

Shore Printing Co 

Smith-Pliillips Lumber Co 

Southern Tire Co 

Southside Roller Mills 

J. C. Spach Wagnn Works 

Taylor Brothers _ 

Tise BottHng Works 

Townsend Buggy Co 

Turner-White Coffin Co... 

Union Guano Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

J. A. Wall & Son _ 

Winston Printing Co 


J. H. Rich 

R. J. Reynolds 

W. T. Spaugh- -. 

K. Sallock, Owner 

Walt Ilutcherson 

B. J. Sheppard 

J. W. Shipley, Owner. 
W. A. Shore, Owner... 
R. S. Galloway 


541 


do 


---do 


J. C. Burfnrd 


542 


do 


..-do 


S. S. Spoch, Owner 


543 
■'>44 


....do 

....do 


...-do 

-.-do- 


J. C. Spach, Owner 

Taylor Bros., Props... 


545 
546 


....do 

do 


—do 

— -do 


W. C. Tise, Mgr 


547 
548 


...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 


----do 

- do 


F. G. Ilolman 

W. T. Brown . 


549 
550 


-..do.— 


S. T. Morgan 

J. A. Wall, Part 


551 


do ... 


---do -• 


A. G. Gordon 


552 


do 


do 




553 


....do 


..-.do- 


Winston Vehicle Co 


John L. Wimbish - 


554 


....do 

. do 


— -do 

---.do 




555 


Zinzendorf Laundry 


F. G. Dunklee -... 


556 
557 


Franklin 

do 


Casialia 

Louisburg 

do- 


Griffin & Woodard 


C. G. Woodard, Mgr.. 
G.H.Cooper,Gen.Mgr. 


■WR 


....do 


Louisburg Bottling Works 


F. L. Herman 


559 


....do... 

....do 


Y oungsville 

.-.do 


J. R. Pearce 


J. R. Pearce, Mgr 


560 


Sugar Loaf Gin and Oil Co 


I. W. Mitchell, Owner. 


561 


Gaston 

do 


Bessemer City 

do 


R. C. Ormond 


562 


Charles L. LaWton . 


John J. Armond, Agt. 


563 


.do .. . 


Charlotte 

Cherryville 

....do.- 

-—do -.. 

Dallas ---- 

Gastonia 

—do 

-...do 

-.--do 

do 


Riverside Sand Co 

Model Ginning Co -.. 

Morgan Lumber Co... - 


E. 0. Jennings. 


564 


-...do 


J. W. Kendrick 


565 
566 


....do 

....do 

-...do.... 

do 


L. J. Manney 


567 
568 


Piedmont Metal Roofing Co.- 

Bludwine Bottling Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc 

Cocker Machinery and Fdy. Co 

Fleming's Saw Mill. 

Gaston Iron Works 


J. W. Summey.. 

J. F. Jenkins 


569 
570 
571 
572 


....do 

—.do 

—.do. 

. .do . 


J. L. Snyder 

Thomas L. Craig 

R. E. Fleming, Mgr... 
B. Frank Norris 


573 


....do 

- .do . 


-...do _ 

do --. 




574 


Gazette Publishing Co --. 

Henry Lumber Mill 

Spencer Lumber Co 

Southern Cotton Oil Co 

Beaver Dam Roller Mills 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co -- 

Kendrick Brick and Tile Co --- 

Mo-Ho Brick Co 


J. W. Atkins.... 


575 

576 

577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
582 


....do 

....do 

....do 

.-.-do 

--.do.. 

---do 

—do 

—do 

Gates 


.-..do.- 

...-do— — 

Lincolnton 

Lowell 

Mount Holly 

— .do 

....do 

Stanley 

Eure 


T. A. Henry, Owner.. 

G. R. Spencer. : 

S. T. Morgan 

S. L. Carpenter, Owner 

S. M. Robinson. 

J. N. Kendrick 

G. R. Spencer 


583 
.584 


Fox Saw Mill 

Hale Coach Shop 


A<-P. Fox, Owner 

J. P. Hale, Prop 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



137 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



i- fi m 
o c CO 

"o e 



I Magazines.- 

M. E. Motsinger Cigarettes, plug, twist and smoking tobacco 

Saw mills, peanut pickers, pea. planters, corn mills. 

Candy and ice-cream 

J. W. Hylton Tobacco boxes and building material 

Kent Sheppard Veneer baskets and banana carriers 

Harness 

Commercial printing 

W. L. Teague.. Building material 

J. W. Taylor Tires for motor vehicles 

Flour, meal and feed 

_- Farm wagons 

Chewing tobacco 



E. O. Pleasant | Harness and strap 

W. B. Carlton Coffins and caskets 

W. H. Maslin Fertilizers 

S. W. Travers Sulph. acid, commercial fert. and allied products... 

Monuments and tombstones 

W. L. Harper Job printing and lithographing 

W. S. Shepherd Laundry 

I. H. White Spring vehicles, com. auto bodies, corn mills 

J. C. Lasley | Drugs 

Lettie L. Dunklee i Laundry work 

Inch boards 

Wagons, carts and manufactured lumber 

Soda waters and soft drinks 

- Tobacco flues 

Cotton gin 

I. A. White Ginning cotton 

Barytes ore 

Loading sand. 

N. B. Kendrick Ginning cotton 

J. W. Carroll Lumber 

W. J. T. Styers Building material and box shocks 

P. D. Summey Tin and galvanized shingles 

C. P. Manning Soft drinks. 

G. H. Marvin Bottled Coca-Cola and soda water. 

J. Robert Craig. Builders textile machinery, gen. fdry. repair work., 

Lumber 

Brass, iron, aluminum castings, gen, repr. mach. wk. 

Mattresses 

E. D. Atkins Newspaper and job printing 

Sash, doors and blinds 

Sash, doors and building material 

E. E. Coles Cotton-seed products 

Flour, meal and feed 

R. F. Harris Bottling plant 

N. B. Kendrick Common brick 

J. M. Holland Common building brick 

R. Z. Robinson, Mgr Lumber 

Lumber 

Carts, repair work 



1907 
1899 
1900 
1909 
1912 
1905 
1886 
1890 
1904 



Capital ^T 
Stock ^ 



1914 
1854 
1885 
1907 
1913 
1903 
1904 
1895 
1904 
1911 
1898 
1907 
1905 
1912 
1912 
1903 
1906 
1898 
1913 
1908 



,000,000 
76,200 



1915 
1899 
1917 
1902 
1913 
1917 
1908 
1913 
1913 
1895 



1880 
1900 
1910 
1898 



1914 
1916 



1910 



1897 



35,000 
15,000 



600 
15,000 
50,000 
100,000 



350,000 



6,000 
29,300 
75,000 



1,500 

21,000 

5,000 

20,000 

50,000 

20,000 

1,500 

24,000 

3.250 

1,000 

7,000 

1,955 



4,500 
2,100 

25,000 
5,000 
6,300 
5,000 
3,000 

20,000 
2.000 



10,000 
7,000 
16,000 
10,000 
5,000 
8,700 
8,000 
6,400 
2,000 



650 



532 
533 
534 
535 
536 
537 
538 
539 
540 
541 
542 
543 
544 
545 
546 
547 
548 
549 
550 
551 
552 
553 
554 
555 
556 
557 
558 
559 
560 
561 
562 
563 
564 
565 
566 
567 
568 
569 
570 
571 
572 
573 
574 
575 
576 
577 
578 
579 
580 
581 
582 
583 
584 



138 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



599 
600 
601 
602 
603 
604 
605 
606 
607 
608 
609 
610 
611 
612 
613 
614 
615 
616 
617 
618 



County 



PostofEce 



585 I Gates 

586 I do 

587 |....do 

588 j— -do 

689 l....do 

590 I Graham 

591 I do 

692 I Granville.-. 

693 I do 

5S4 |....do 

595 do 

596 i do- 

597 i — -do 

598 '....do - 

'....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....d'o 

Greene 

Guilford.... 

....do 

....do. 

..do.. 

....do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 



Gates 

....do 

Hobbs\'ille. 

Sunbury 

....do 

Cheoah 

Topton 

Bullock 

....do 



Factory 



Clarksville, Va._. 

Creedmoor 

North Side 

Oxford 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

...-do 



619 I do. 



620 
621 
622 
623 
624 
625 
626 
627 
628 
629 
630 
631 
632 
633 
634 
635 
636 
637 



....do ... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do-... 
....do-... 
....do.... 



....do.. 

....do 

Stovall 

Walstonburg 

Climax 

Gibsonville 

Guilford College. 

....do... 

Greensboro 

...-do 

....do.. 

....do.. 

....do... 

....do 

....do. 



...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.—do 

.—do 

....do 

.—do 

....do 

.—do 

....do 



Piland's Shop 

Rooks Repair Shop 

Hollowell Shops 

Hoffler Saw Mill 

Hunter Grist Mill 

Sweetwater Flour and Grist Mill 

Kinsland Lumber Mill 

Campbell Saw Mill 

C. G. Davis 

Tilley Saw Mill.. 

L. H. Longmire 

Connelly Saw Mill 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co.. 

Gorman Wheel Co 

Ideal Mfg. Co 

Imperial Tobacco Co 

Jackson Saw Mill 

Jefl'reys-Myers Mfg. Co 

Oxford Bottling Works 

Oxford Buggy Co 

Oxford Ice Co 

C. D. Ray & Son 

Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co 

Daniel's Saw MilL. 

Appie Gin Co 

J. C. Reynolds & Co 

Reedy Fork Roller Mills 

Guilford College Milling Co 

Sizemore Saw Mill 

Acme Mill Works 

Apostolic Messenger Ptg. Office 

Arctic Ice and Coal Co 

E. E. Bain 

Ballance & Co 

Blue Bell Overall Co. 

Board of Publication 

George C. Brown & Co 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Clegg's Northside Bakery... 

J. L. Coltrain 

Columbia Laundry Co 

Cook-Lewis Foundry Co 

Cunningham Brick Co 

Cunningham Springless Shades Co. 

Dick's Laundry 

El Rees-So Cigar Co 

W. H. Fisher Co._ 

Gate City Candy Co 

Glascock Stove Mfg. Co 

Greensboro Printing Co... 

Groome Broom Co 

Groome Canning Co 

Groome & Johnson... 



President 



W. H. Piland, Owner . 
David Rooks, Owner.. 
W. G. Hollowell, Mgr.. 

M. Hoffler 

F. N. Cross, Owner... 
S. P. Harwood, Owner 
C. S. Kinsland, Owner 
J. B. Campbell, Mgr.. 
C. G. Davis, Owner... 

A. H. Tilley, Owner. . 
J. H. Longmire, Owner 
W. B. Connelly, Owner 

John Webb, Mgr 

W. B. Gorman 

Herbert Rountree 

E. S. Carlton, Res.Mgr 
J. E. Jackson, Owner. 

R. M. Jeffreys 

J. M. Meadows, Prop.. 
Z. W. Lyon 

B. S. Royster 

C. D. Ray, Part 

N. H. Cannady 

W. C. Daniel, Owner.. 

W. R. Herring 

J. C. Reynolds 

W. L. Huffines 

O. R. Stout 

O. T. Sizemore, Owner 
L. M. Clymer, Prop. . 

W. R. Cox, Mgr 

W. C. Boren 

E. E. Bain, Owner 



C. H. Hudson, Owner. 

D. B. Coltrane 

L. E. Brown 

P. H. Jeter.. 

L. L. Clegg, Prop 

J. L. Coltrain, Mgr 

L. Richardson 

A. B. Lambert 

W. H. Osborn 

C. D. Cunningham 

T. A. Ayers. 

JohnT. Rees 

J. B. Clendenin 

C. Boyst, Prop 

L. L. Glascock 

H. W. Sinclair, Prop.. 
C. A. Groome, Owner. 

T. S. Groome... 

M. C. Groome, Mgr... 



Miscellaneous Factories 



139 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



Mrs. M. Hoffler 

C. S. Gorman 

Mrs. H. Rountree 

J. H. L. Myers 

I. N. Howard 

W. H. Hunt 

J. C Cooper 

A. R. Darden _ 

Purvis Neece 

E. S. Huffines 

E. C. Mackie 

H. E. Cartland,. 

H. E. Ballance, Owner 

H.M.Blair 

H. B. Weiss 

Dale Starbuck 

R. A. Bishop 

A. R. Lewis 

J. H. Cunningham 

T. G. Blackman 

G. W. Foushee 

V. B. Morgan.. 

W. H. Fisher.^.. 

T. A. Glascock... 

J. A. Groome 



O a m 
fc- o c 



Log wagons and carts 1892 

Carts and wagons 1885 

Carts, wheels and wagons ! 1913 

Rough and dressed boards, framing > 1913 

Corn meal i 

Flour and meal ; 1900 

Hardwood Lumber 1911 

Rough and dressed lumber and corn meal 1905 

Rough lumber j 1915 

Lumber | 1911 

Tobacco flues and stovepipe ' 1893 

Lumber 

Tobacco 

Wagon and buggy wheels... 1915 

Floor sweeping compound 1917 

Tobacco stemmery i 

Lumber in boards... I 1907 

Box shocks i 1916 

Soda water 1909 

The celebrated Chase line of buggies and surries ...i 1906 

Ice : j 1905 

Lumber, building material I 

Farmers' buggies 

Lumber and corn meal , 1911 

Ginning cotton .j 1909 

Flour, meal and feed 1870 

Flour, corn meal and feed \ 1913 

Flour, meal, bran i 1915 

Lumber ..i 1915. 

Roll work for flour mills.. ' 1896 

Books, periodicals, etc ' 1912 

Ice, ice-cream, bottled goods, and handle coal j 1911 

Dressed lumber and building material 1 1896 

Candy | 1907 

Overalls.. .--... ' 1913 

Printing N. C. Advocate, printing and publishing.! 1909 

Lumber i 1915 

Carbonated beverages.. ' 1915 

Bread, cakes, etc 1912 

Auto repairing and general repair shop 1916 

Launderers, cleaners, and dyers ' 1906 

Gray iron, brass, bronze and aluminum castings ' 1906 

Brick ' 1909 

Window shades... 1917 

Laundry ^ 1893 

Cigars | 1913 

Job printing [ 1917 

Candies | 1902 

Stoves and machinery i 1896 

Commercial printing i 1909 

Brooms | 1900 

Canned tomatoes and corn meal | 1917 

Canned tomatoes I 1915 



Capital 
Stock 



500 

150 

6,000 



1,500 
10,000 



2,000 

3,500 

350 



40,000 
3,500 



1,000 

49,500 

800 

58,900 

20,000 



60,000 



4,000 
8,000 
2,000 
3,500 



25,000 



300,000 
10,000 

2,000 

500 

30,000 

14,800 

5,300 
29,000 
15,900 
50,000 

6,000 

6,000 
15,000 



1,000 
3.500 
2,000 




140 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County PostofBce 









638 


Guilford 


Greensboro 


639 


...-do 


do 


640 


....do 

do 


. do 


641 


do 


642 


do 


do 


643 


....do 


....do _ 


644 


....do 

....do.. 


...do 


645 


....do 


646 


..._do 


....do 


647 


....do 


....do 


648 


....do 


....do 


649 


....do 


....do 


650 


....do 


....do. 


651 


....do 


....do 


652 


....do 


....do 


653 


....do 


....do 


654 


....do. 


....do .._ 


655 


....do 


....do 


656 


....do 


....do 


657 


do 


. do 


658 


do ... 


do 


659 


do 


High Point 


660 


....do 


....do..... 


661 


do 


do 


662 


. do 


....do 


663 


do 


...do 


664 


....do 


....do 


665 


....do 


do 


666 


do 


....do 


667 


....do 


....do 


668 


.. do 


do 


669 


do 


do 


670 


do 


do 


671 


do . . 


do 


67? 


....do 


....do 


673 


....do 


....do 


674 


....do 


....do 


675 


....do... 


....do 


676 


... do 


....do 


677 


....do 


....do 


678 


. do 


. do 


679 




....do 


680 


....do 


....do 


681 


..-do 


....do 


682 


....do .- 


....do 


683 


....do 


....do 


684 


....do 


....do 


685 


....do 


....do - 


686 


....do 


Jamestown 


687 


....do 


Julian 


688 


....do. 




689 


do 


Oak Ridge 


690 


....do. 


Pleasant Garden.. 



Factory 



President 



Guilford Lumber Mfg. Co 

Harrison Printing Co 

J. W. Knight & Sons 

Lang Cigar Co 

Neese Marble Yard 

Newman Machine Co 

Newport Mfg. Co 

North State Milling Co 

Pepsi-pola Bottling Co 

Piedmont Ice and Coal Co 

Pintsch Compressing Co 

J. R. Pitts j 

Seidenberg & Co. (branch) 

Sergeant Mfg. Co 

South Atlantic Lumber Co 

Stewart's Mill... 

Joseph J. Stone & Co 

Troxler's Mill 

Vick Chemical Co 

Wright Safety Air Brake Co.* 

Wysong & Miles Co ; 

Barrier & Ellison 

Beeson's Wagon Shop 

Climax Upholstering Co 

Consolidated Veneer and Panel Co.j 

J. Elwood Cox Mfg. Co I 

Fred Ecker 

Hayworth Roll and Panel Co 

High Point Buggy Co ; 

High Point Glass and Dec. Co 

High Point Machine Works 

High Point Marble and Gran. Wks.. 

High Point Milling Co 

High Point Printery 

High Point Steam Laundry 

High Point Veneer and Panel Co... 

Hill Veneer Co 

Ideal Table Co 

Moffitt Underwear Co 

Pittsburg Plate-glass Co 

Rankin Coffin and Casket Co 

Shipman Organ Co 

Snow Lumber Co 

Southern Harness Co 

Southern Mirror Co 

Stamey Printing House 

Welborn's Tin Shop 

Welch Printing Office 

Johnson Shoe Co 

Julian Milling Co.. 

McLeansville Mill, Inc 

C. R. Case 

Hackett Saw Mill 



C. A. Reynolds _ 

C. G. Harrison 

J. C. Knight, Owner.. 

E. P. Whortnn 

J. H. Neese, Owner 

G. F. Newman 

A. V. Caldwell 

A. S. Cate 

M. C. Price 

J. C. Kenneth 

R. M. Dixon.. 

J. R. Pitts, Owner 

A. L. Sylvester 

G. S. Sergeant 

J. P. Swanson 

D. C. Stewart, Owner. 
George A. Grimsley... 

B. C. Troxler, Owner. 
L. Richardson 

J. A. Kleemeier 

C. R. Barrier, Mgr 

N. W. Beeson, Lessee. 

S. L. Davis 

R. R. Ragan 

J. E. Cox 

F. Ecker, Owner 

J. E. Cox 

C. Hoertel 

W. W. Smith 

D. R. Raper, Owner.. 

W. C. Jones 

W. C. Phillips, Owner. 
J. P. Crowder, Prop. . 
J. W. Clinard, Owner. 

C. M. Harrison. 

Dr. W. J. McAnally... 
Charles E. Hayworth. 

C. W. Brown... 

W. P. Privett 

E. A. Snow 

R. F. Dalton 

O. A. Kirkman 

Charles F. Long 

W. L. Stamey, Owner. 
R. M. Welborn, Owner 
J. E. Welch, Owner.... 

A. F. Johnson 

W. M. Combs 

Charles D. Cobb 

C. R. Case, Owner 

J. B. Hackett, Mgr.... 



*Not operating yet. 



Miscellaneous Factobles 



141 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactiired 



ID a 

SSco 

V o a 



Wm. B. HendenhalL 
M. A. Harrison 



L. J. Diiffy Cigars 



Lumber and building material 1 1889 

Job printing, blank books ' 1904 

Monuments and headstones 1905 

1916 



Capital 
Stock 



77,812 
13,900 



W. McC. Neale.-.. 
H. B. Caldwell—. 

M. B. Atwater 

H. S. Richardson. 

W. B. Ross 

C. W. Walton 



Monuments 1890 

Woodworking machinery 1906 

Forest products 1917 

Flour, meal and feeds 1912 

Bottled drinks 1917 

1915 



George G. Finch. 
N. C. Sergeant... 
Claude Kiser 



Ice 

Gas for railway car illumination 

Lumber, doors, sash, moulding, etc. 
Cigars... 



1889 



1901 



Joseph A. Stone. 



H. S. Richardson. 

F. O. Lawson 

J. R. Brown 



W. H. Davis... 
W. G. Munyan. 
J. D. Cox 



J. P. Hayworth. 

H. A. White 

A. W. Klemine.- 
W. T. Smith 



A. B. Horney. 



J. C. Hill 

J. M. S. Salisbury 

H. A. Hayworth 

A. H. Gillespie 

A. M. Rankin 

W. G. Shipman 

E. A. Snow 

C. L. Gray 

Frank Wineskie 



Saw mills, cane mills, sash weights, iron castings... 1869 

Lumber 1906 

Meal and flour... [ 

Commercial printers and blank books ! 1903 



Vick's Croup and Pneumonia Salve 1905 

Railway safety appliances 

Wood- and iron-working machinery, constr. steel.. .i 1903 

Davenport fiames 1918 

Repairing of all kinds i 1903 

Parlor suits and davenports l 1913 

Panels and veneers .-I 1916 

Hardwood dimension stock j 1917 

Mirrors. 1904 

Laminated wood 1905 

Buggies. 1901 

Art glass, mirrors, etc , 1912 

Repair work I 1917 

Monuments ' 1907 

Flour and meal '. 1901 

Job printing 1912 

Laundering ; 1906 

Excelsior ] 1902 

Veneer i 1905 



G. W. Johnson... 

G. A. Garret 

Gilliam Grissom. 



Dining-room suits, extension and library tables — 
Men's and boys' athletic u. s., made of nainsook.. 

Mirrors and beveled plate-glass 

Coffins and caskets .' 

Reed organs 

Windows, doors and other building material 

Harness 

Mirrors and job plate and window glass 

Printing and publishing 

Tobacco flues, stovepipes, gutters, etc 

Job printing 

Shoes 

Flour, meal and feed 



1,000 

5,000 

100.000 

25,000 

30,200 

25,000 

12,950 

500,000 

20,000 

20,000,000 

20,000 

150,000 

6,000 

15,000 

2,000 

8,000 

107,625 

378,000 



5,650 
15,000 
50,000 

10,000 

25,000 

10,000 

15,000 

1,200 

13,500 

1,500 

10,000 

11,800 

11,800 

10 000 

25,000 

100,000 

18,000 

30,000 

100,000 

3,000 

25,000 

5,000 

1,000 

500 

14,500 

5,300 

5,800 

1,000 



No. 



638 
639 
640 
641 
642 
643 
644 
645 
646 
647 
648 
649 
650 
651 
662 
653 
654 
655 
656 
657 
658 
659 
660 
661 
662 
663 
664 
665 
666 
667 



670 
671 
672 
673 
674 
675 
676 
677 



680 
681 
682 
683 
684 
685 
686 
687 



690 



142 



I^OETH CaKOLINA LaBOR STATISTICS 



Table No. 1 — 



No. 



County PostofiBce 



Factory 



President 



b91 
692 
693 
694 
695 
696 
697 
698 
699 
700 
701 
702 
703 
704 
705 
706 
707 
708 
709 
710 
711 
712 
713 
714 
715 
716 
717 
718 
719 
720 
721 
722 
723 
724 
725 
726 
727 
728 
729 
730 
731 
732 
733 
734 
735 
736 
737 
738 
739 
740 
741 
742 
743 



Guilford Pomona i Pomona Terra-Cotta Co.. W. C. Bosen. 

do Summerfield.- 

do ! do 



....do.... 

Halifax.. 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
..-.do...., 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
....do.... 
.-..do.... 
....do...-, 
....do.... 
.—do.... 
..-do— - 
.-.do.... 
. — do.... 
.-.do.... 

Harnett, 
.--do..- 
.— do..... 
.— do— - 
— do— 
....do...- 
....do.... 
— .do..- 
....do.... 
.-.do.— 
....do..- 



....do 

Enfield 

Littleton 

....do 

....do 

-...do 

Palmyra.. 

Roanoke Rapids.. 

Scotland Neck 

....do 

.--do.— 

.-..do 

-—do- 



Dixie Roller Mills-.. John B. Ogburn, Ow'r 

Lane Saw Mill... ..j W. D. Lane, Owner 

Summerfield Milling Co ..-j C. F. Shields 

G. G. Lewis G. G. Lewis 

Granite Corn Mill J. E. Harris, Owner.-. 

King Saw Mill..- S. D. King, Mgr 

Salmon Saw Mill : H. L. Salmon, Fore'ru 

E. E. Wallett & Son j R. W. Wallett, Mgr.... 

Early Saw Mill .-: J. Early, Owner 

Halifax Builders Supply Co ! S. F. Patterson 

Cotton Oil and Ginning Co N. B. Josey— 

Madry Brick Plant J. W. Madry, Owner.. 

National Spanish Peanut Co - N. B. Josey—. 

Scotland Neck Brick Co J. B. Hall, Owner 

Scotland Neck Planing Mill , Jno. P. Futrell, Owner 

...do Shaw Saw Mill i A. B. Shaw, Owner 

Weldon Dixon & Pool Mfg. Co S. J. Dixon 

.--do Florence Lumber Co.- A.' C. House 

--.do... _ L. N. Grant 

...do Harrells Printing House i George A. Harrell 

...do Weldon Brick and Land Imp. Co H. V. Bounds 

...do Weldon Ginning Co.- L. T. Garner 

Angier Overby Gin and Milling Co A. L. Overby, Owner 

Broadway j Ryes Milling Co R. E. Marks 

Dunn I Avery Saw Mill -- W. T. Avery, Owner--. 

-..do Beasley Saw Mill J. H. Beasley 

...do.-- Dunn Ice and Fuel Co j C. J. Smith 

-—do Dunn Marble Works I W. B. Williams, Prop.. 

...do Godard Lumber Co J. G. Godard, Owner.. 

.--do John A. McKay Mfg. Co J. A. McKay- 

-..do Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co V. L. Stephens 

...do Southern Marble Works P. S. Cooper 

...do Tilgham Lumber Co M. H. Tilgham 



.—do I Duke, R. 1 J. C. Byrd & Bros., R. 1 J. C. Byrd, Mgr 

do I Duke H. V. Moulton H. V. Moulton, O^t.. 

do j Lillington -.. Lillington Oil Mills Co F. N. Bridgers. 

do ! Olivia j H. C. Cameron 

Haywood ' Canton ' Champion Fibre Co 

do ' do I Hand-Clay Co 

....do Clyde." j Clyde Roller Mills 

do I Hazlewood ' Junaluska Leather Co S. K. Mulford 

do Waynes\'ille Ha>-wood Cooperage Co J. H. McConnell 

....do do_ C. W. Miller C. W. Miller, Owner... 



H. C. Cameron, Owt._ 

P. G. Thomson. 

C. j. Hand 

J. L. Morgan, Owner. 



do 1 do Waynesville Mill I 

Henderson | Brickton Brickton Brick Co 

...do I do. D. S. Hildebrand 

do ' Fletcher Asheville Brick and Tile Co 

do ' do : Clinchfield Lime Co 

do.. .! Henaersonville I Hendersonville L., I. and Fuel Co. 

do. ...! do... ..j Henderson\'ille Lumber Co.. ...; H. Bennett 

..__do ..I do I J. R. Willson Lumber Co ...; F. E. Willson 

do : do ! Wright & Dixon Guy E. Dixon, Mgr 



M. McCracken, Mgr... 
D. S. Pace 

D. S. Hildebrand, Pro 
J. P. Fletcher 

W. E. Poteat 

Clarence Latham 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



143 



Continued 



Secietary or Tref surer 



Articles Manufactured 



ki S en 

§.as 



G. S. Bosen Sewer pipe, hollow building blocks, silo blocks ; 

Flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

O. E. Shields -- Flour, meal and feed 

Lesse Lewis Lumber. 

MeaL 

Pine lumber 

Pine and oak lumber 

Lumber, sash, doors and mill-work 

^ Rough lumber ■ 

C. H. Satterwhite Lumber and box shooks 

W. E. Smith Cotton-Seed products and fertilizer— 

Brick... 

J. B. Edwards - Peanuts 1 

; Common building brick - 

Lumber 

' Rough lumber 

A. R. Dixon Sash, doors, mill work and dressed lumber. .-.; 

H. C. House. Lumber — 

L. N. Grant, Owner , Common brick ; 

H. B. HarrelL. [ General job printing 

W. W. Wiggins Building brick 

D. R. Anderson | Ginners 

Lumber, cotton ginning 

J. A. Buchanan Lint cotton 

Lumber. 

J. H. Beasley .; Lumber and cotton gin ' 

G. T. NoeL. '. Ice 

I Monuments 

Lumber j 

P. H. Lynch Farm implements and machinery 

W. R. Howard i Soft drinks 

W. O. Johnson | Monuments 

G. M. Tilgham i Lumber 

Lumber and laths 

Lumber 

S. A. Boney Cotton-seed products 

] Pine and rough lumber 

C. S. Bryant , Sulphite, soda, wood, pulp, etc 

J. M. Hand Mining and refining kaolin 

Table meal, flour and feed 

C. K. Mullin Leather 

BoUing Hall Apple barrels 

Saddles and harness.. 

Flour, meal, feed 

J. C. Sherrill Common brick 

Common brick 

Methie F. Fletcher Brick ' 

J. W. Grimes Ground limestone and crushed stone 

E. C. Latham Laundry, ice and fuel 

J. H. Todd Wood working plant 

J. R. Willson Door and window frames, sash, mould., tables, desks 

Building stone 



1885 
1896 
1915 
1914 
1913 
1904 
1903 
1907 



Capital 
Stock 



S 100,000 



500 
25,000 



500 
3,000 
1.000 



1917 
1905 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1914 
1912 
1912 
1916 
1917 
1894 
1890 
1917 
1913 
1913 
1911 



10,000 
28,000 
4,000 
50,000 



50,000 
-11,400 



3,000 
22,300 
5,500 
2,000 
7,325 



1914 
1903 
1910 
1889 
1910 
1916 
1915 
1906 



3,000 
8,500 
3,000 
5,000 
35,000 



2,500 
50,000 
15,000 



1913 
1906 
1906 
1916 
1894 
1896 
1905 
1876 
1890 
1913 
1900 
1899 
1914 
1914 
1889 
1913 
1900 



49,250 

2,000,000 

5,000 

5,000 

50,000 

1,300 

300 

SCO 

18,000 

25,000 

15,000 

12,000 

50,000 

11,000 



No. 



691 
692 
693 
694 
695 
696 
697 
698 
699 
700 
701 
702 
703 
704 
705 
706 
707 
708 
709 
710 
711 
712 
713 
714 
715 
716 
717 
718 
719 
720 
721 
722 
723 
724 
725 
726 
727 
728 
729 
730 
731 
732 
733 
734 
735 
736 
737 
738 
739 
740 
741 
742 
743 



144 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


744 


Hertford 

---do- 

—do 

....do 

—do 

....do 

....do 

-..do 

-..do 

Hoke 

....do 

....do 


Ahoskie 

—do 

....do 

.-..do 

Cofield -. 

Harrels%'ille 

Hertford 

Winton 


Ahoskie Basket Mfg. Co 

J. T. Barnes 

Francis Saw Mill 

W. B. Weaver & Son 

Cofield Mfg. Co 

Wynns Shingle Mill 

Fleetwood-Rawlings-Nixon .. 


J. M. Odom. 


745 
746 
747 
748 
749 
750 


J. T. Barnes, Prop.... 
J. D. Francis, Owner. 
T. D. Weaver, Owner. 

B. G. Williams 

L. 0. Wynne 


751 


Winton Cooperage Co 

Winton Mfg Co 

J. H. Lassiter & Bros 

Hoke Lumber Co 

Hoke Oil and Fertilizer Co 

Smith Plow Works.. 

W. B. Graham 


H. C. Faison, Mgr. 


752 
75S 


-..-do 

Woodland... . 


H. B. Vann, Mgr 

Jno. H. Lassiter, Mgr. 

W. E. Garrett 

T. B. Upchurch.. 

J. P. Smith, Owner 


754 

755 
756 


Dundarrach 

Raeford 

do 


757 


—do 






758 


Hyde 


Swan Quarter 

—.do 


Bridgman Saw Mill 

Credle Bros. . 


R. G. Bridgman, Mgr. 
A. C. Credle, Owner 


759 


....do 


7fin 


....do 


... do- 






7fi1 


Iredell 

....do 


Eufola 


Academy Shops Mfg. Co 

Hunter Saw Mill -.. 

Loray Ginning and Fertilizer Co 

Farmers Oil Mills 

W. N. Johnston Sons Co 

Mooresville Flour Mills_ 




If,?. 




H. C. Hunter, Mgr 


7fi3 


....do.... 


Loray _,. 

Mooresville 

....do 

- do 


H.C.Wilson.... 


764 
765 
766 


do 

.—do 

do 


C. H. Brown-.- 

H. N. Johnston 

E. W. Brawlev 


767 


—do 

— .do— 


.—do 

--.do 


E. W. Brawlev-- 


768 


Mooresville Mar. and Gr. Works 


Zeb Deaton, Owner -_ 


769 


....do 


New Hope 

Statesville 

-..-do- 

- do 




770 


.--do 




J. G. Powell, Part. . 


771 


.-.do.. 

..-do... 

..--do 

do 

do - 


L. Ash 


L. Ash, Owner 


77? 




J. A. Brady, Prop. 


773 


—do — 

—do 

-—do 


N. T. Brown 


N. T. Brown, Owner.. 


774 


Buffalo Clav Co 


F. F. Steele 


775 


Carolina Motor Co 


J. M. Deaton 


776 

777 


—-do 

-..do 

....do 

...-do 

--do 


..-do _. 

-...do _. 

—do 

—do 

—do 


City of Statesville Gas Dept... 


J. D. Cochran, Supt._ 
B. L. Delinger, Prop.. 


778 




J. A. Vaughan, Owt... 


779 

780 


Harness Vehicle and Supply Co. ... 

Home Steam Bakery. 

Iredell Ice and Fuel Co 

Lineberger-Abernethy Mfg. Co 

J. H. McElwee .-.- 

Overcash Sash and Door Factory .. 
J. C. Steele & Son 


A. P. Barron 


781 


do- -- 


.---do- 


A. T. Butner 


78? 


..-do- 


do 


A. B. Lineberger, Owr. 


783 


..-.do. 


-...do.-. 


T. N. McElwee, Mgr.. 


784 
785 


—do- - 

--._do 


....do _... 

--.-do 


L. K. Overcash, Owr.. 
C. M. Steele, Supt.... 


786 


....do 


do 


B. H. Adams 


787 
788 


.—do 

....do 


....do.. 

. .do 


Shiloh Roller Mills_- 

Statesville Brick Co.... _-- 

States\-ille Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. 
Statesville Flour Mills Co. 


J. F. Winters, Owner.. 


789 
790 


.—do 

-—do 

.-..do — 

—do 

— -do - 

-.-do 

....do 

---do 


-...do _- 

-—do 


F. L. Johnson, Owner. 
L. C. W'agner 


791 


States\-ille Lumber Co.- 


J. B. Foster 


79? 


—do 


Statesville Printing Co 


B. L. Stone, Mgr 


793 


....do 

do 






794 




O. D. Kennedy, Part.. 


795 


Stone Glass Co. 


0. W. Stone... 


796 


....do __. 


C. H. Turner _ _. 


C. H. Turner, Owner. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



145 



Continued 



Secretary or Tre?svu'er 



Articles Manufactured 



^ S 
>- fcl to 
o e (n 



Capital VI 
Stock -^''• 



M. D. Catling Truck baskets and hampers 1915 

' Rough lumber and shingles | 1918 

Pine lumber and shingles 1912 

! Lumber... 1909 

! Barrel staves for potatoes 1906 

Plank, rough and dressed and shingles 1905 

W. H. Rawlings Lumber and cotton gin 1 1817 

Pine staves i 1913 

Carts, wagons, wheels and general repairing 1906 

' Building material ' 1913 

H. G. Mcintosh ' Lumber ' 1916 

P. J. Barringer Cotton-seed products ; 1913 

' Steel plow stock 1905 

Lumber \ 

_ : Rough and dressed lumber j 1912 

Lumber and shingles : 1908 

' Lumber 1906 

' Canners' supplies, capping steels, seaming chucks..; 1902 

! Rough lumber ' 1902 

L. C. Stevens [ Gin cotton I 1910 

J. F. Brawley : Crude cotton-seed oil, meal and hulls 1 1915 

W. R. Johnston ' Ice [ 1916 

Wheat, flovir, corn meal ^ 1914 

C. E. Hawthorne Cotton-seed products . ' 1915 

' Monuments and tombstones 1914 

C. C. Richmond-.- Flour, corn meal and feed meal 1917 

Chewing tobacco 1918 

Plug tobacco ; 1897 

General printing 1892 

Harness 

E. R. Rankin ' Face and common brick 

T. H. Deaton Automobile and truck business 

! Fuel gas 

. ' Showcases, mantels, screens and sundries 

] Wheat, flour and corn meal 

J. A. Conner Harness (buggy and wagon) shop goods 

W. S. Johnson, Prop Bread and cakes 

Ice... 

Subsoil attachments 

Smoking tobacco 

Sash doors and mill work 

Clay working machinery 

J. L. Sloan ' Flour, meal, feed 

! Flour, meal and feed 

F. F. Steele, Mgr : Face and common brick 

Soft drinks.... ' 1912 

F. A. Sherrill Flour, meal and feed ' 1900 

E. Morrison ' Box shooks 1908 

[ Printing 

Showcases, screen doors and windows 1906 

Veneers and thin lumbei 1904 

F. T. Stone I Mirrors. '■ 1906 

I Saw-mill appliances and general repair ! 1903 



10,000 

8,000 

500 

500,000 

25,000 

10,000 

25,000 

2,000 

7,500 

40,000 

6,000 



5,000 



1914 
1917 
1913 



1911 
1891 
1903 
1908 
1915 
1914 



1881 
1889 
1918 
1916 
1909 



2,800 
2,500 
29,800 
30,500 
12,000 
22,200 
2,000 



10,000 



25,100 
35,000 



1,000 



3,000 
1,500 
4,000 
1,000 
40,000 



90,000 
1,000 



20,000 
75,000 
25.000 



10,000 
10,500 



15.000 



744 

745 

746 

747 

748 

749 

750 

751 

752 

753 

754 

755 

756 

757 

758 

759 

760 

761 

762 

763 

764 

765 

766 

767 

768 

769 

770 

771 

772 

773 

774 

775 

776 

777 

778 

779 

780 

781 

782 

783 

784 

785 

786 

787 

788 

789 

790 

791 

792 

793 

794 

795 

796 



Dept. Labor, 1918—10 



146 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


1 

Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


797 
798 
799 


Iredell. 

Jackson 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

..._do 

.-..do 

Johnston... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

.-..do. 

....do....... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

—.do •-. 

....do 

-...do 

.--do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Jones 

.-..do 

....do 

— .do 

...-do 

Lee 

...-do- 

.-.do 

.—do 

....do. 

— .do 

...-do - 

— — do - 

-..do 

--.do 

.—do 

Lenoir 

..-do 

---do 

-..do .- 

--do 

-..do 

.--do -. 

...-do 


1 

.-i Turnersburg 

.. Cullowhee --. 

.- DiUsboro 


Stimpson-Steele .-. 

Cullowhee Milling Co -. 

Blue Ridge Locust Pin Co 

J. J. Mason--- - 

Tlie Harris Clay Co - 

Jesse Seago 

Shelton & Smith 

J. S. Calhoun Saw Mill- -.. 

Sylva Tanning Co 

G. H. Roberts 

Woodall Planing Mill 


L. C. Steele, Part 

Davis Harris 

R. W. Harris 


800 
801 


do -. 

.--—do 

.- Speedwell — 

.-—do 

-- Sylva -- 

.-- — do 

.. Benson 

-L-.do- 

— Clayton.. 

do 

-..-do 

- do 


J. J. Mason, Mgr 

C. J. Harris 


802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 


Jeose Seago, Owner--. 
H. Smith, Mgr 

J. S. Calhoun, Owner. 

E. L. McKee 

G. H. Roberts. Mgr... 


808 
809 
810 
811 


John I. Barnes 

Clayton Oil Mill 

W. D. Tomlinson Saw Mill 

J. A. Vinson.. ..- 

Allen Saw Mills - 

Flowers Saw Milk 

Pine Level Oil Mill Co.- 

Baker Mill - 

Little River Lumber Co 

Benoy-\Mnston Co.. 

Navassa Guano Co 

Selma Hayo-Kola Bottling Co 

The Wood Grocery Co 

Gillett Saw Mill 

Hood Bros 

Rand & LanTence- - 

Sanders & Beasley 

C. M. & W. G. Wilson-- -. 

Maysville Cooperage Co 

Maysville Gin Co 

Trent River Lumber Co .- 

W. W. Barker 

F. Brock Gin and Saw Mill- 

Jonesboro Sash and Blind Co 

Matthews Saw Mill— 

F. R. Snipes Lumber Co 

Capital Stone Co.— 

Cole Printing Co 

Gunn Veneer and Lumber Co 

Lee County Cotton Oil Co 

MofRtt Iron Works Co. — 

Sanford Sashand Blind Co 

Seaboard Milling Co.— 

Thomas Saw Mill - 

Carolina Brick Co -. 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co -- 

Herbert's Bakery 

Hines Bros. Lumber Co.. 

Jackson Mattress Factory 

Kinston Iron and Man. Works 

Kinston Mfg. Co 

Kinston Steam Laundry 


Jno. I. Barnes, Mgr.-. 

E. L. Hinton 

W. D. Tomlinson, Owt 


81V, 


..' Four Oaks 




813 
814 


..'---do 

— Pine Level -. 


W. H. Flowers, Owner. 
D. B. Oliver . 


815 
81 fi 


— Princeton— - 

- — -do 


J. W. Baker, Owner-. 

Howard H. Pruyn 

T. M. Benoy 


817 


— Selma 


818 
819 


do 

do 


E.T.Taylor 

B. D. Reynolds 


8''n 


- - -do 


821 

8?? 


. Smithfield 

-----do 


R. C. Gillett, Owr 

T. R. Hood 


823 
824 
825 
826 
827 
828 
829 


do 

-—do 

.; Wilson's Mills 

. Maysville -._ 

- -.-do- 

- Pollocksville 


W. M. La^Tence, Ovrr. 
W. M. Sanders, Mgr... 
W. G. Wilson, Mgr.... 

J. F. McNair..- 

C. M. Mattocks, Mgr.. 

J. H. Simmons 

W. W. Barker, Owner 


830 


-L— do 


F. Brock, Owner . . 


831 


. Jonesboro..- - . 




832 
833 


. Lemon Springs --. 


T. F. Matthews, Owr.. 


834 




S. C. Doby, Mgr 


835 


do 


B. Cole, Prop 


83fi 


.l....do ..„ 




837 


.'....do-. 


W. A. Crabtree 


838 


.:....do. 


T. R. Moffitt 


839 

840 


-! — -do 

-J-— do 


0. P. Makepeace. 


841 
842 
843 
844 


-L— do 

- Kinston 

- — -do 


Jno. L. Thomas, Owt. 

C. F. Harvey. 

H. Cunliffe, Owner.-. 
W. M. Herbert, Owner 


845 


- do 


H. C. Riley 


846 

847 


do ... . 


J. L. Jackson, Prop.-. 


848 
849 




J. T. Deal 



Miscellaneous Factories 



147 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Mamifactuied 



=5 a 

h c tn 

O d o- 
11 O 

5S« 



Cotton yarn, flour, meal. 

A. C. Reynolds Flour, meal, electric power 

S. W. Erton Insulator pins and brackets 

! Lumber and finished material 

D. R. Harris Kaolin 

- Lumber ._ 

Lumber 

' Rough lumber 

Belting butts and chestnut extract 

Lumber and shingles 

- Roofers 

Sash, doors, blinds and caskets 

R. A. Wall Cotton-seed products and mixing fertilizers. 

Lumber and ginning cotton 

1 Lumber 

' Lumber 

Lumber and cotton ginned 

N. B. Hales Cotton-seed products and fertilizer,- 

Meal, flour and feed 

John P. Cloonan Lumber. 

R. A. Winston .! Lumber. 

George Sloan. Sulphuric acid fertilizer 

P. C. Warley Soft drinks 

Ice 

Rough lumber 

H. C. Hood j Retail druggists, manufacturing.. 

--. - Gum panels 

Brick... 

Windows and doors and general mill work... 

R. L. McLeod Slack staves... 

Lint cotton and lumber 

N. T. Leary Rough and finished lumber 



1891 
1916 



1891 
1915 
1916 
1918 
1902 
1913 
1912 
1909 
1903 
1907 



Capital 
Stock 



1900 
1865 
1916 
1912 
1915 

Pine, cypress and gum lumber | 1917 

Meal and lumber ! 



1907 
1910 
1902 
1902 
1912 
1917 
1869 
1914 
1912 
1913 
1871 



1916 
1915 
1917 



W. W. Harrington Sash, doors, blinds and general mill work 

Lumber 

F. R. Snipes. Lumber. 

Building stone 

Job printing.. 1885 

C. M. Gunn. Drawer bottoms and panels for furniture 1908 

Paul J. Barringer Cotton-seed products 1910 

E. G. Mofiitt Saw mill, swing saws and other rough Ibr. mach. ..' 1904 

J. N. Gunter Sash, doors, blinds and building material 1889 

J. T. Ledwell.. Flour, meal and feed j 1915 

- , Rough lumber ' 1909 

L. R. George. Common building brick 1902 

W. W. Cheek Rehandling leaf tobacco ' 1912 

Bread, cakes and pies.. ; 1903 

L. Hines. Lumber 

' Mattresses 

S. T. Pate ' General machine shop 

R. C. Deal .i Lumber 

1 Laundry 



$ 60,000 
10,000 
10,000 



400,000 



1,000 



14,000 



80,000 
6,000 



3,000 

25,700 

5.000 

105,800 

20,000 

200,000 

1,200 

12,000 



,000 



5,000 
10,000 
2,500 
2,000 
25,000 
10,000 



10,000 

2,000 

50,000 



2,000 
1,200 
35,000 
25,000 
12,500 
20,200 



25,000 



1896 


200,000 


1914 


300 


1911 


7,000 


1910 
1906 


30.000 



No. 



797 
798 
799 
800 
801 
802 
803 
804 
805 
806 
807 
808 
809 
810 
811 
812 
813 
814 
815 
816 
817 
818 
819 
820 
821 
822 
823 
824 

825 

826 

827 

828 

829 

830 

831 

832 

833 

834 

835 

836 

837 

838 

839 

840 

841 

842 

843 

844 

845 



148 



NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



850 
851 
852 
853 
854 
855 
856 
857 
858 
859 
860 
8G1 
862 
863 
864 
'865 



869 
870 
871 
872 
873 
874 
875 
876 
877 
878 
879 



882 
883 



Lenoir 

...-do.... 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

Lincoln 

....do 

....do.. 

....do... 

....do.. 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

.-..do 

McDowell 

....do 

....do 

.-.-do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 



Kinston... 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do..- 

.j....do 

' ...do.- 

...do 

LaGrange 

Henry, R. 2 

Henry 

Lincolnton 

Henry 

Lincolnton 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.... 

Reepsville 

Ashford 

...do 

DysartSNalle 

Marion 

...do 

...do.. 

...do. 



Macon ! CuUasaja 

do... I Franklin 

-...do.. .{....do 

Madison I Hot Springs. 

do ! Marshall 



...do. 
...do. 



...do. 
...do. 



do Stackhouse. 



887 



890 
891 
892 
893 
894 
895 
896 
897 
898 
899 
900 
901 
902 



.---do— . 

Martin 

....do...- 

.--do.— 

--.do— - 



.--do 

Oak City.... 
WiUiamston. 

....do 

....do 



Mecklenburg- Charlotte. 

do. do 

do do 

do... do 

do j do 

do ' do 

do do 

do ■ do 

do do 

do do _ 

do ' do 

do ' do 

do.. do 



Lenoir Oil and Ice Co 

Moseley Brick and Shingle Co 

O'Berry Mfg. Co.. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

S. C. Sitterson.. 

E. R. Waller Tin Shop 

E. V. Webb. 

White's Hogshead Shof) 

Whitfield Buggy Works 

Rouse Buggy Works 

W. T. Brockett 

J. M. Brown & Bro 

Childs-Wolf Drug Co 

JVI. L. Leonard 

Banner Roller Mills 

Builder's Supply Mfg. Co 

Cockrane Hardwood Mfg. Co 

Johnson Ice and Fuel Co 

Lincoln Milling Co 

Howard's Creek Mill Co 

M. C. Caldwell 

Linville Falls Mfg. Co 

Pyatt Bros. Lumber Plant 

Beaman Lumber Co 

Blue Ridge .Milling Co... 

Marion Lumber Co 

Payne & Decker Bros 

Amnions Saw Mill 

Franklin Bottling Works 

Gennett Lumber Co 

G. C. Bugno Lime Co 

Georgia Talc Co 

Hale Wood Mfg. Co 

Marshall Mill Co 

Ben. W. Gahogan 

Laurel River Logging Co 

Krakenbill Saw Mill... 

R. S. Critcher 

Denis Simmons Lumber Co 

WiUiamston Cooperage Co 

Armature Wind. & Ferrofix Braz. Co. 

Earnhardt Mfg. Co 

Bierman Engraving Co 

Charlotte Bagging Co 

Charlotte Casket Co 

Charlotte Coca-Cola Bottling Co... 

Charlotte Clothing Mfg. Co 

Charlotte Laundry 

Charlotte Leather Belting Co 

Charlotte Machine Co 

Charlotte Mfg. Co 

Charlotte Marble and Granite Wks.. 
Charlotte Quarry Co 



F. C. Dunn 

B. R. Taylor 

W. H. O'Berry, Prop.. 

H. H. McCoy 

S. C. Sitterson, Owner 
E.R.Waller, Owner... 
E. V. Webb, Owner... 



J. G. Whitfield, Owner 

J. H. Rouse, Owner 

W. T. Bennett, Prop.. 

M. S. Brown 

C. E. Childs 

M. L. Leonard, Owner 
Rev. J. R. Bridgers... 

Edgar Love 

J. C. Cochrane, Supt.. 
R. M. Roseman, Jr 



T. Hoover 

M. C. Caldwell---. 
W. J. Brown, Mgr., 



E. A. Beaman, Mgr 

W. H. Hawkins, Owr.. 

J. L. Morgan, Mgr 

J. E. Decker, Mgr 

J. P. Ammons, Owner 

G. T. Stiles -... 

Andrew Gennett, Mgr. 

E. C. Champion 

E. B. Glenn— 

T. A. Silver 

W. J. McLendon, Jr... 

B. W. Gahogan, Owner 

E. H. Buts 

R. Krakenbill, Prop... 
R. S. Critcher, Owner 

T. W. Tilghman 

W' . G. Pennypacker,Jr. 

L. F. Stratton 

Dr. C. A. Misenheimer 

F. H. Bierman, Prop.. 

Col. A. L. Smith 

E. R. Cannon ■ 

J. C. Lupton... 

J. R. Pharr 

Mrs.M. J. Rigler, Prop. 

V. J. Guthery.. 

E. Gribble 

Frank B. Ferris 

R. E. Scroggins, Prop. 

C. M. Scott, Mgr. 



Miscellaneous Eactokies 



149 



Continued 




1901 
1902 
1908 
1906 



C. W. Saunders Cotton-seed products, fertilizer and ice — . 

R. F. Churchill ; Brick, shingles and lumber 

! Lumber and shingles 

E. I. Hatcher 1 Pepsi-cola and soda water 

Soft drinks and ice cream j 

" I Sheet metal work ^916 

Granulated tobacco 

Tobacco hogsheads [ ^900 

1910 
1897 



70,000 
3,000 



1903 
1916 
1900 
1908 
1914 
1914 
1915 
1898 



25,000 



Buggies 

--I Buggies 

1 Stone ware 

J. M. Brown i Sash, doors, lumber 

W. H. Childs Compound medicine 

Jars, jugs, crocks, flower pots 

R. L. Wycoff i Flour, meal, etc... 

A. M. Hope ■■ Blinds, doors, sash etc 

j Hardwood mantles 

J. B. Johnson ' Dealers in coal and wood 

E. C. Baker | Flour and meal 

E. J. Hosteller j Flour, meal, etc 

M. C. Caldwell Lumber 

Flour and meal 

John Pyatt, Mgr Rough lumber 

___ .1 Remanufacturers of lumber 

I Floui and meal 

Finished lumber 

...: Ceiling, flooring, etc 

Lumber - 

N. H. Stiles ; Soft drinks... j 1908 

I Rough hardwood lumber - -i 1902 

J. A. Starrett i Ground limestone for agricultural purposes 1 1911 

J. H. Glenn Talc, crayon pencils and pulv. talc (powders) 1 1905 

\ Flour and meal. , ---i 1913 

M. L. Church.. j Flour and meal... - 1 

_ _ ___ I Hardwood and pine lumber 1903 



1,200 



1908 
1913 
1912 
1914 
1916 



250 
10,000 
25,000 

200 
23,000 
10,000 

15,000 
10,000 
4,000 
2,000 
1,700 
2,000 
26,000 
3,000 
5,000 



1910 



2,500 



175,000 

25,000 

32,000 

4,000 



850 
851 
852 
853 
854 
855 
856 
857 
858 
859 
860 
861 
862 
863 
864 
865 
866 
867 



870 
871 
872 
873 
874 
875 
876 
877 
878 



P. J. Bean.... 1 Rough and dressed lumber.. 1911 1 1,000,000 

I Pine lumber 

! Rough and dressed lumber. 

A. T. Crawford ! N. C. rough pine, kiln-dried -j 1892 

P. F. Apfel j Barrel headings - --- ■ 1912 

K. L. Stratton ; Repair business 



1915 



1907 



T. M. Barnhardt. 



E. S. Hoggard. 
R. L. Haidage. 

J. L. Snyder 

W. H. Dula.... 



C. M. McCline... 
L. H. Painter... 
Fred W. Glover. 



Cotton batts and belts.. 1 1900 

Cuts - 1915 

Bagging and ties --- ' 1912 

Coffins, caskets, and other undertakers' supplies ...I 1899 

Coca-cola - -[ 1902 

Men's pants - j 

Laundering, dry cleaning, dyeing -| 

Leather belting 1906 

Textile machinery 19i3 

Card clothing and reeds 1911 

Monuments and gravestones 1913 

Concrete pipe - i 



5,000 
45,000 
15,000 

3,500 
29,400 



881 
882 
883 



16,000 

100,000 

3,000 

75,000 



891 
892 
893 
894 
895 
896 
897 



7,700 899 

12,000 900 

5,000 1 901 

4,000 ! 902 



150 



NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 




903 

904 

905 

906 

907 

908 

909 

910 

911 

912 

913 

914 

915 

916 

917 

918 

919 

920 

921 

922 

923 

924 

925 

926 

927 

928 

929 

930 

931 

932 

933 

934 

935 

936 

937 

938 

939 

940 

941 

942 

943 

944 

945 j 

946 

947 

948 

949 

950 ' 

951 

952 

953 

954 

955 I 



Charlotte.- Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Co... 

do 1 Charlotte Wagon and Auto. Co 



.do. 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 

.do 



Mecklenburg. 

...do 

....do 

....do 

...do 

...do. 

...do... 

...do 

...do. 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do 

...do.. 

...do.. 

...do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

do ' do ! Mecklenburg Iron Works 

do do , Mecklenburg Marble and Gran. Wks, 

do .do ' John J. Morton Co 

do do ' News Publishing Co 

do do Observer Printing House 

do I do I Oliver Quartz Co.. 

....do. ..!... .do .j Park Mfg. Co... 

do I do Pepsi-Cola Co 

do do I Person Remedy Co 

do ' do I Presbyterian Standard Pub. Co 

do.. do .| Puett-Southerland Co 

do do ' Queen City Printing and Paper Co. 



Carolina Baking Co 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Cole Mfg. Co 

Dixie Spindle and Flyer Co.. 

Elam & Dooley 

Elba Mfg. Co 

Fasnacht's Bakery... 

...do ; Femury Co 

do* I Gaston Brick Co... 

...do I J. Hackett Foundry Co 

...do Hawley's Laboratories. 

...do j Hornet Nest Liniment Co 

...do Huneycutt Printing Co 

.--do j W. G. Jarrel Machine Co 

...do ! Liddell Co -. 

.--do .1 J. N. McCausland Co... 

...do Model Steam Laundry Co 



W. T. Dowd 

F. A. Owens 

H. O. Miller 

Charles Arey 

E. M. Cole ,. 

A. M. Guilcrt 

George L. Dooley, Mgr. 

T. J. Davis.. 

J. A. Fasnacht, Clerk. 

W. D. Rock 

D. E. Rhyne.. 

J. Hackett.- 

F. C. Hawley 

M. M. W'allace, Mgr... 

W. S. Dorr 

W. G. Jarrel 

J. L. Chambers 

A.E. McCausland, Mgr. 
P. M. Cone 



Ray Printing Co 

Riverside Brick Co 

Sanitary Steam Laundry.. 
South Atlantic Waste Co.. 



do ' do 

j....do... L...do 

do do 

do... do 

do do I Southern Cotton Oil Co 

do do I Southern Spindle and Flyer Co 

do do .: Standard Ice and Fuel Co 

'-..do I. ...do... ! The Surface Hill Min. and MiU. Co.. 

'' do .[ do. .1 Swift & Co. Refinery 

do ' do ! The Terrell Machine Co 

, do '....do Theis Salve Co 

do do ! Union Stock Yards Abattoir Co 

do do Valaer Bottling Works.. .-. 

I do- ! do .' Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

do do ! J. H. \\earn & Co 

do do Yarborough & Bellinger Co 

do ! Cornelius C. F. & J. C. Smith- 

do ; Davidson Southern Cotton Oil Co 

do— ; Matthews -| Matthews Mfg. Co -.. 

Mitchell ' Bakersville ! Bakersville Roller Mills 

do do Brown Mo Kinney & Co 

do .do Hart Saw Mill 



Smith Wood 

J. J. Morton, Mgr 

W. C. Dowd 

B. R. Gates 

I. Heckenbleikner... 

John R. Pharr 

G. H. Brockenbrough. 

Mrs. R. M. Person 

J. R. Bridges 

Odell Southerland 

H. A. MurrilL 

A. M. Washburn 

W. R. Taliaferro, Tr... 
F. D. Lethco. 

D. H. Anderson 

S. T. Morgan 

W. H. Monty 

J. A. Bryce 

E. A. Brooks.... 

L. F. Swift 

Lt. E. A. Terrell 

O. J. Theis (acting) 

J. G. Wilber-.. 

C. Valaer, Prop 

S. T. Morgan. 

J. H. Wearn 

J. A. Yarborough 



S. T. Morgan 

J. M. Barrett 

\Mlliam Masters, Ow'r 

F. A. English 

D. C. Hart, Mgr 



•Plant at Mount Holly, Gaston County. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



151 



Continued 




R. M. Dowd 

W. Hoke 

R. W. Miller 

J. S. Arey.— 

E. A. Cole... 

Mrs. Guilert 

O. B. Roberson — 

R. H. Perry 

B. F. Withers 

J. L. Crocker 

Fred H. White 

J. E. Huneycutt... 

W. L. Isenhour 

W. C. Chambers.-. 

C. B. Ross 

Mrs. J. R. Wilkes.. 

E. C. Dewees 

W. C. Dowd, Jr... 

F. R. Cates... 

P. S. Gilchrist 

J. C. Crowell. 

H. B. Fowler 

R. M. Person 

A. M. Gray 

T. E. Helms.. 

F. X. Farnum 

F. H. Washburn... 

E. S. Bee 

E. F. McGowan... 

E. E. Coles 

W. H. Hutchins... 
O. B. Robinson... 
M. Groenendyke.. 

F. S. Haywood 

Mrs. J. C. Terrell. 

R. C. McManus... 

S. W. Travers 

K. R. Trotter 

J. J. Austin 

Charles F. Smith. 

E. E. Coles.. 

T. J. Renfrew 

Brown McKinney 



Cast-iron soil pipe 

Commercial bodies and repairing. 

Bread, rolls, cakes, pies 

Chero-cola 

Seed planter and guano sower. 
Repairs, cotton mill machinery. 

Printing, book and job 

Crude cotton-seed oil, meal, hulls and linters 

Bakers' goods - 

Vaginal cones 

Common brick 

Jobbing foundry 

Sizing compound. - 

Hornet Nest Liniment.. 

Job printing - 

General repair business 

Cotton ginning machy., saw mills, engines, etc 

Sheet- metal work. 

Laundry 

Engines, saw mills, cotton-mill repairs, etc 

Tombstones and monuments 

Cut stone for building 

Newspaper and job printing 

Printers and blank book manufacturers 

Lump quartz 

Elevators, pumps, heaters, gen. fdry. and mach. wk. 

Bottled soft drinks --- 

Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy.. --- 

Printing and publishing 

Grinding ophthalmic lenses. 

Printing — 

Blank books, job printing 

Brick 



Laundry 

Cotton mill waste 

Products from cotton seed.. 

Flyer pressers, spindles, rolls, etc.. 
Ice 



Prospect for minerals 

Cotton-seed oil - --- 

Quill-cleaning machines for cotton mills.. 

Healing salve 

Tallow -. 

Bottled goods 

Sulphuric acid and fertilizers 

Sash, doors, blinds, etc 

Ice and dealers in coal 

Building material 

Cotton-seed products and fertilizers 

Ginning cotton 

Flour, meal, feed 

Mica 

Lumber and ties 



1901 

1913 

1914 

1914 

1900 

1911 

1902 

1904 

1885 

1911 

1912 

1910 

1915 

1883 

1918 

1906 

1887 

1884 

1901 

1868 

1907 

1914 

1888 

1894 

1916 

1898 

1905 

1916 

1906 

1908 

1917 

1905 

1915 

1906 

1905 



3,300 
25,000 
185,000 



10,000 



3,000 



1905 



1910 
1907 
1917 



1909 
1887 
1895 
1910 
1898 
1915 



78,000 

25,000 

17,000 

21,000 

5,000 

3,000 

70,400 

10,000 

50,000 

6,250 

37,000 

2,000 

100,000 

10,000,000 

15,000 

150,000 

500,000 



25,000 

750 

5,800 

7,000 



1910 



1917 
1910 



5,500 
87,000 



10,000,000 
3,000 



1,200 



162 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


PostofRce 


Factory 


President 


95fi 


Mitchell 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 


Boonford 


J. B. Ewing 

Hill Saw Mill 

Carolina Mineral Co 

Lewis Saw Mill _. 

J. A. Bartlett..- 

Carl Williams, Jr 

English Mica C-^ _-.. 

Spruce Pine Bottling Works* 

Biscoe Foundry and Machine Co 

Kanoy Saw Mill.. 




957 


Buladean 


W. H. HilL... 


958 


Penland 


A. W. Bitner 


959 


Relief .'. 




960 
961 


Spruce Pine 

....do. 


M. P. Bitner 


962 
963 
964 
965 


....do 

....do 

Montgomery. 

....do. 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 


--..do 

-...do..... 

Biscoe 

....do 

-.-do 

....dot 

Candor 

....do 


D. A. Fenler.... 

E. Hawley, Mgr 

C. E. Kellam, Prop... 
C. E. Kanov, Mgr 


966 
967 
968 


Long Saw Mill 

Wright & Spence Saw Mill.... 

Lamond's Saw Mill 


N. V. Long, Owner 

J. M. Wright, Part.... 


969 






970 


....do 


Ether 

....do 


Ether Roller Mills 


W. Farlow 


971 


....do 




971^ 


....do 


Mount Gilead 

. do 


Mount Gilead Bottling Works 

Mount Gilead Cotton Oil Co 

Smith Saw Mill 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 


D. R. Cook, Prop 


973 


....do 


974 


....do 


-. do.. 


J. G. Smith 


975 


.-..do 

...-do 

...-do 


Star 

Troy 

....do 


George W. Scott, Mgr.. 


976 


Hamilton Saw Mill .- -- . 


J. C. Hamilton, Owner 


977 


King Saw Mill 


Fletcher King, Mgr. .. 


978 


do 


do 


Montgomery Hardware Co 

J. C. Strickland 

Troy Milling Co 

Blue Saw Mill 

Aberdeen Power and Milling Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Knight's Repair Shop 

Cole Bros. Saw Mill 




979 


....do 


do . 


J. C. Strickland, Ow'r 


980 


....do 


do 


B. Allen . 


981 


do 


Wadeville 

Aberdeen... 

ao... 

do 


W. H. Blue, Owner 


982 
983 
984 


Moore.. 

-...do-... 

....do 


Mrs. Z. E. Leach 

J. P. Gibbons 


985 


....do 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 


Biscoe 

Cameron 

Carthage 

...-do.... 

....do 


C. C. Cole, Mgr 


986 




J. P. Turnley, Owner. 


987 




M. B. Currie 


988 


Tyson & Jones Buggy Co 


T. B. Tyson 


989 


A. A. Spencer & Co.. ... ... . 


A. A. Spencer 


990 


....do 

Glendon 

High Falls 

Jackson Springs... 


Sullivan Saw Mill . . 


Fulton Sullivan, Ow'r 


991 


Talc Products Co. 


C. B. Dunster 


992 


High Falls Mfg. Co. 


J. W. Woodv 


993 
994 


....do 

...-do 

do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

Nash 


J. P. Clark Saw Mills 

R. B. Reynolds' Mills 


J. P. Clark. Owner.... 


995 


Putnam 

Southern Pines ... 

Steeds 

Vass 

West End 


Tillman Saw Mill 


A. W. Tillman, Mgr... 


996 
997 
998 
999 


Foss & Stradley 

Teague's Pottery Shop 

A. Cameron 

McCrummin Shingle Mill 

Van Connor MiU Work Co 

Battleboro Oil Co 

Farmers Milling Co 

Farmers Oil Mill Co 

Warren IMilling Co 

Bishop's Laundry Co... 

Builders Sash and Door Co... 

Cotton Belt Mfg. Co 

Nash Brick Co 1 


H. E. Foss, Mgr 

Mrs. J. W. Teague 

A. Cameron, Owner... 
jr. D. McCrummin, Mgr 


1 000 


....do 


J. B. VanConnor 


1001 


Battleboro 


M. C. Braswell 


1002 


....do 


G. R. Finch.... 


1003 


....do 




George N. Bissett 


1004 


....do 


... do 


S. F. Austin 


1005 


....do ... 


Rocky Mount 

... do 


R. N. Bishop 


lOOfi 


....do 


V. C. Brown 


1007 


....do. 




P. C. Shore... 


1008 


.—do 


....do 


T. W. Coleman, Mgr.- 



'Temporarily suspended. 



tPlant in Moore County. 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



153 



Continued 



Secietary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufaotmed 





T) 










-a 


d 










u 


B 


m 


n 


B 


a 




o 




o 


;j 


"n 


a 


o 





Capital I >j 
Stock i'^"- 



Mica 

I. P. Hill ' Hardwood lumber 

C. G. Chevalier Feldspar and mica 

_ Eough lumber 

C. G. Chevalier... Feldspar and mica 

_. Feldspar 

R. R. Dent Ground mica 

: Bottled soft drinks 

Saw mill and engine repairs, etc — 

I Lumber 

' Rough lumber... 

Rough lumber.. __ 

Pine and oak lumber 

J. C. Munn j Pine and oak lumber 

Eli P. Freeman ' Flour, meal and mill feed 

H. Freeman ' Oak and pine lumber 

Rje-Ola and soda water 

R. E. Andrews Cotton-seed products 

J. T. Smith Pine and oak lumber 

I Coca-Cola and soft drinks 

., Pine lumber 

Lumber ; 

Ivy C. Nance Harness and strap goods 

' Rough lumber 

J. W. Lemons Flour, meal and feed 

Pine boards and cross-arms 

R. V. Leach Corn meal 

G. C. Seymour Soft drinks 

Repairing 

Lumber and shingles 

Lumber 

W. H. Currie Rough and dressed lumber 

T. B. King Horse-drawn vehicles.. 

C. G. Spencer Dressed lumber 

Lumber 

W. A. Hamilton Powdered talc, talc (soapstone) crayons 

T. N. Woody Cotton yarn. - 

Rough lumber 

R. B. Reynolds Flour, meal and lumber -- 

Lumber 

"Sandhill Citizen" and job printing 

_ Stoneware 

Lumber 

' Shingles 

F. W. VanConnor Building material 

Cotton-seed meal, oil, hulls, linters, cotton ginnery. 

J. D. Johnson Flour, feed and corn meal 

J. B. Gassaway Cotton-seed oil, cake, meal, hulls and linters 

N. C. Warren... Meal and flour - - 

T. L. Bland A general laundry 

C. R. Preddy Sash, doors, blinds and general building material.. 

J. I. Crayton Mattresses. 

Common brick 



1916 
1911 
1906 
1911 
1917 
1909 
1915 



1900 
1914 
1909 
1907 
1911 
1915 
1885 
1914 
1910 
1913 
1911 



1917 



1913 
1914 
1906 
1913 



1908 



1904 
1896 



1913 
1916 
1902 
1918 
1901 
1912 
1916 
1916 
1913 



3,000 
15.000 
3,000 



100,000 



3,000 

40,000 

500 

1,200 

20,000 

2,000 

500 

26,800 

600 

6,000 



15,000 



11,000 
1,000 
3,950 
5.000 



700 
1,300 



90,000 
3,500 



1911 

1914 

1899 

1850 

1918 

1907 

1914 500,000 

1897 75,000 

1907 

3,000 
5,000 



1,000 
11,300 
25,000 

5,000 
14,000 

9,500 

8.000 

125.000 

10,000 



956 
957 
958 
959 
960 
961 
962 
963 
964 
965 
966 
967 
968 
969 
970 
971 
972 
973 
974 
975 
976 
977 
978 
979 
980 
981 
982 
983 
984 
985 
986 
987 
988 
989 
990 
991 
992 
993 
994 
995 
996 
997 
998 
999 
1000 
1001 
1002 
1003 
1004 
1005 
1006 
1007 
1008 



154 



N'oKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. County 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



1009 
1010 
1011 
1012 
1013 
1014 
1015 
1016 
1017 
1018 
1019 
1020 
1021 
1022 
1023 
1024 
1025 
1026 
1027 
1028 
1029 
1030 
1031 
1032 
1033 
1034 
1035 
1036 
1037 
1038 
1039 
1040 
1041 
1042 
1043 
1044 
1045 
1046 
1047 
1048 
1049 
1050 
1051 
1052 
1053 
1054 
1055 
1056 
1057 
1058 
1059 
1060 
1061 



Nash Rorky Mount Rocky Mount Steam Baking Co.... 

do.. do I Rocky Mount Woodworking Co 

....do ' Spring Hope ; J. T. May & Bros. Saw Mill 

do I do Alontgomery Lumber Co 

do j do Spring Hope Cotton Oil Co 

....do ! VVhitakers Woodard & Whitley Oil Co 



E. D. Gordan. 

G. W. Fountain. 



New Hanover Wilmington Acme Tea Chest Co 

do do Astyptodyne Chemical Co 

do do . Bladen County Lumber Co 

do do j Honey & Harper Milling Co 

....do... do D. H. Bryan & Co.... 

do do j George C. Burton 

do . do I Cape Fear ^Machine Works 

do do I Carolina Cut Stone Co 

do. do I Carolina Metal Products Co 

do do ] Castle Ilayne Stave Co 

do do ; Cement Products Co 

do. -do Chadbourn-Bate Co., Inc. 

do do .; City Laundry Co 

do do ' Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

do. do j Harris Printing and Adv. Co... 

do do Independent Ice Co 

do do W. W. Koch Lumber Mill 

do ...do I E. L. Matthews Candy Co 

do do j William Niestlie 

do do I W. J. Norris 

do do Pearsall & Co 

do do Post Date Stamp Co 

do do , Review Job Printing Office 

do do Riverside Mfg. Co 

do do j Rodger Moore Sons Co 

no -do j Royal Bakery 

do do j Southern Box and Lumber Co. 

do do Southern Sign Shop. 

do .do I Spirittine Chemical Co 

do do I Standard Cement Constr. Co... 

do I do Warren Ice Cream Co 

do \ do Wilmington Cooperage Co 

do ' do Wilmington Iron Works 



G. I. Buell 

N. B. Finch 

R. L. Woodard 

William Grant, Mgr... 

R. R. Bellamy 

N. B. McCanless 

Mrs. Jessie G. Harper. 
D. H. Bryan, Owner . 



C. W. Worth.. 

T. B. Carroll.... 

T. G. Empie.... 

J. K. Wylie 

George E. Kidder 

J. H. Bate 

J. H. Hinton 

G. H. Ilutaff 

Meares Harris 

J. A. Springer 

W. W. Koch. Prop. ... 

E. L. Matthews. 

Wm. Niestlie, Owner.. 

W. J. Norris, Prop 

Oscar Pearsall 

T. R. Post. 



...-do. 

....do 

.-.-do 

-.-do - 

Northampt'n 

-...do- 

— -do 



do : Wilmington Marine Railway 

do I Wilmington Wood. Ship Const. Co., 

do , Wynnewood Lumber Co 

do Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. 

Conway Davis Gin and Saw Mill 

do J. W. Jenkins-- 

do Martin Printing Co 



H. L. Vollers 

Rodger Moore 

J. B. Fox, Owner 

G. Colucci 

J. M. Satchwell, Prop. 

L. Hanson 

G. A. Bowman 

A. G. Warren- 

C. H. Keys 

E. Bailey 

E. Bailey 



H. C. Riley... 
S. T. Morgan. 



do George W. J. Brown & Co 

do Lasker— P. T. Hicks 

do Rich Square ; Elliott Saw Mill 

do do I Farmers Ginning and Milling Co 

do Pleasant Hill .i Isles & Massey 

do Severn G. W. Pruden & Son 

do Woodland- : Griffin & Dunning 



George N.Martin,Owr. 

W. J. Brown, Mgr 

P. T. Hicks, Owner... 

S. E. Elliott- 

A. J. Connor 

G. W. Massey, Mgr 

G. W. Pruden 

H. P. Dunning, Owr.. 



Miscellaneous Factoeies 



155 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasiirer 



Articles Manufactured 



SSco 



E. J. Gordon | Bread, rolls, pies, cakes. 

J. W. Matthews 



Door and window frames, and mantels. 

Lumber 

Lumber — 



Capital No. 
Stock 



W. I. Reed 

C. B. Brantly.. ; Cotton-seed products --- 

J. H. Whitley --] Cotton-seed products.-- - 

' Box shocks 

C. L. Taylor < Proprietary medicines 

C. N. Richer : Lumber -- - 

A. C. Boney Corn meal, grits, feed 

Cleaner and grader of peanuts -.- 

Lumber 

! Iron and brass castings, general machinery, etc.. 

J. B. Midyet, Jr Stone-work for building and cemetery work 

G. R. Galvin 1 Cuverts, ceiling, roofing and home canners 

John Feenan • Slack barrel heads and staves 

Milton Calder Reinforced concrete septic tanks-. 

A. J. Bate Lumber - - 

E. L. Hinton— - Laundry - --- --- 

W. J. Hutaff. I Soft drinks - 

Printing and advertising 

J. A. Springer - Ice -- 

.__ Lumber and shingles -. 

L. M. Baldwin Candies - 

Cough syrup, liniment, and croup salve 

Lumber 

Horace Pearsall— -. Fertilizers - - 

J. L. Hazelhurst- Dater stamps - 

Job printing 

W. A. Mahler— Shooks, hamper bottoms and lumber 

Frank R. King— Brick --- 

Bread, pies, and cakes 

T. G. Colucci Box shooks, veneers, hampers, market baskets-. 

Brass and electric signs 

Henry Heyer Pine products -- 

J. D. Walker, Jr Sanitary sewage disposal outfits 

S. B. Warren... Ice-cream - 

J. K. Wylie - Slack barrel heads. - - - 

Marine repairs 

T. D. Love Ship repairs 

Ships 

L. J. Hannah Dressed lumber 

S. W. Travers-. : Sulphuric acid and commercial fertilizer 

Lumber - --- 

J. W. Jenkins- Pine and oak lumber --- 

Printed matter, commercial -. 

Truck baskets 

Corn meal, flour and shingles 

Lumber and cotton ginnery 

j Gin cotton and saw lumber 

' Kegs and staves 

G. A. Pruden Lumber and shingles -.- 

Cross-ties and pine boards 



1912 
1917 
1900 
1906 
1903 
1915 
1900 
1911 
1916 
1886 
1913 



4,000 
4,000 

10,000 
310,000 

30.000 
1,500 

28,500 

100,000 

50,000 

5,000 



1904 
1905 
1911 
1913 
1915 
1917 
1907 



1917 



1902 
1909 
1908 



25,000 
2,000 
150,000 
22,500 
25,000 
25,000 
50,000 



750 
200,000 



1908 
1899 



25,000 



100.000 
500,000 



1917 
1913 
1917 
1904 
1890 
1906 
1S77 
1909 
1856 
1912 
1918 
1905 
1895 
1913 
1910 
1910 
1912 
1900 
1902 
1902 



15,000 
20,000 

50,000 
500 
20,000 
27,760 
5,000 
15,000 
45,000 
53,000 



10,000 



300 
1,000 



1914 
1912 



2,000 
500 
6,100 
3,000 
3,000 
12,000 



1009 
1010 
1011 
1012 
1013 
1014 
1015 
1016 
1017 
1018 
1019 
1020 
1021 
1022 
1023 
1024 
1025 
1026 
1027 
1028 
1029 
1030 
1031 
1032 
1033 
1034 
1035 
1036 
1037 
1038 
1039 
1040 
1041 
1042 
1043 
1044 
1045 
1046 
1047 
1048 
1049 
1050 
1051 
1052 
1053 
1054 
1055 
1056 
1057 
1058 
1059 
106O 
1061 



156 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 




1062 
1063 
1064 
1065 
1066 
1067 
1068 
1069 
1070 
1071 
1072 
1073 
1074 
1075 
1076 
1077 
1078 
1079 
1080 
1081 
1082 
1083 
1084 
1085 
1086 
1087 
1088 
1089 
1090 
1091 
1092 
1093 
10E4 
1095 
1096 
1097 
1098 
1099 
1100 
1101 
1102 
1103 
1104 
1105 
1106 
1107 
1108 
1109 
1110 

nil 

1112 
1113 
1114 



Onslow Hubert Henderson's Mill 

do ! Jackson\'ille. Jacksonville Lumber Co.. 



do do Sabiston Bros 

do do Walton Gin and Saw Alill 

do Kellum Grimsley & Bullock Gin Co 

do j Richlands Brock Saw Mill 

do do. Grinisley's Saw Mill 

do I do Thompson's Saw Mill 

do I Swansboro Swansboro Land and Lumber Co.. 

....do I do ...: Swindell Saw Mill 

Orange .| Bahama, R'. 2 ' Long Saw Mill 

do -! Cedar Grove Cedar Grove Mill Co 



....do 

....do 

Pamlico .. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 



Chapel Hill. _ Lindsay & AlcMechern Lumber Co._ 

do ' University Press* 

Arapahoe... .! Eric Lee 

Bayboro i Bayboro Gin Co 

Grantsboro i Grantsboro Gin Co... 

New Bern | East Carolina Lumber Co 

Oriental ..! Oriental Concrete Works 

do do Smith Creek Mfg. Co 

....do ..._' StonewnU... Hadder Mill Co 

Pasquotank.' Elizabeth City | Albemarle Laundry 

do I do ..I Carter's Wagon Shop. 

do do. .| Coca-Cola Bottling Works 

do ! do .| Crystal Ice and Coal Co 

do. do Dare Lumber Co 

do I do. Eastern Cotton Oil Co 

do ' do Elizabeth City Ir. Wks. and Sup. Co. 

do -I do Elizabeth City Milling Co... 

do ..! do.. Elizabeth City Shipyard Co 

do ! do Foreman-Blades Lumber Co 

do I do : Hayman Ship Building Co 

do j do I Kramer Bros. Co 

do ' do.. .-! Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

1 do ..-' do -I Riverside Lumber Co 

do j do I So. Roller Stave and Hdg. Co 

do I Weeksville I Weeksville Ginning Co 

Pender ! Atkinson i Gilbert & Johnson Mill 

do I do Huddleston's Saw MiU 

do I do .1 !MiUs Lumber Co 

do.. 1 Burgaw ' J. T. Harrell. 

do J do Pender Shingle Co. 

do do Southern Stave and Lumber Co... 

do ' Currie ; Porter's Saw Mill. 

do ' Point Caswell E. W. Godwin & Sons. 

do. i Willard i Willard Gin Co 

Perquimans.. Belvidere ; Belvidere Ginning Co.. 

do Chapanoke j Towe & Quincey 



I. N. Henderson, Owr. 

F. E. Willson 

W. B. Sabiston, Mgr.. 
E. H. Walton, Owner. 

C. L. Ives 

I. M. L. Brock, Owr... 
H. E. Grimsley, Owr._ 
R. D. Thompson, Ovrr. 

W. L. Groom 

W. S. Swindell Sr. & 
A. G. Long, Owner ... 
C. M. Hughes, Part... 

W. E. Lindsay 

Z. P. Council, Mgr.... 

Eric Lee, Owner 

J. F. CroweU. 

H. A. Brinson 

C. H. Turner _ 

Charles Leviis, Owt... 

L. F. McCabe 

C. V. Swan 

Larry E. Skinner, Owr. 
S. B. Carter, Owner.. 

A. H. Cathey 

W. T. Lane 

G. F. Montgomery 

T. S. White 

Brad Sanders 

R. S. Fearing, Part 

R. B. Cotter 

J. W. Foreman 

T. B. Hayman, Owt.. 

A. K. Kramer 

J . R. Bowden, Prop. 

J. F. KeUy.... 

A. B. Houtz, Prop 

W. J. Saunders... 

W. C.Gilbert, Mgr.-.. 
R. F. Huddleston, Owr 

H. E. Mills 

J. T. Harrell, Owner.. 
R. Sanderson, Owner. 

J. J. Gunther 

J. A. Porter, Mgr 

E. W. Godwin, Jr 



..do .' Hertford. 

..do ! do 

..do do 

..do : d-o 



A. W. Cahoon 

Eastern Cotton Oil Co.. 

Major & Loomis Co 

Reed & Felton 



Person ! Roxboro .> Huff Saw Mill. 



I. A. Ward 

G. T. Towe, Mgr 

A. W. Cahoon, Owner. 

T. S. White. 

G. E. Major.. 

Reed & Felton, Props. 
W. J. Huff, Owner 



*Same as last report. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



157 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 






Meal and gin cotton 

S. S. Ambrose : Lumber 

. Ginned cotton 

._ Cotton ginning 

E. P. Bullock Ginned cotton 

I Lumber, meal, cotton ginned, plow beams 

Lumber 

Lumber 

T. H. Pritchard Pine lumber 

Sons, Owners Yellow pine J 

Railroad timber and building material 

Flour and meal 

A. H. Koonce Dressed lumber 

Printing 

Barrels and lumber 

R. V. Enice Bale cotton 

J. L. McCotter Lumber and ginning cotton 

George Green i Lumber 

1 Concrete drain tile 

I Lumber 

W. J. Swan ' Lumber 

Laundering 

I Wagons, carts, plows and general repair work 

Margaret I. Dawson Soft drinks and ice cream 

O. M. Lane Ice 

G. V. S. Williams Lumber, laths, and shingles 

E. J. Broughton Cotton-seed and soja beans 

H. W. Sanders Cultivators, logging equipment and special mach... 

Corn meal, feed, cotton ginning 

R. M. Cotter - Builders of vessels, tug boats, barges, etc 

L. C. Blades--J ; Pine lumber 

i Boats, barges, tugs and schooners 

F. K. Kramer Millwork, sash, doors and blinds 

' Soft drinks 

C. C. Bailey— ! Lumber 

' Baskets, lumber, rollers and cooperage stock 

J. C. James, Jr Ginning cotton 

' Lumber 

i Lumber 

Lumber 

Brick- 

Shingles 

Staves 

Lumber 

Fruit package material, laths, shingles and lumber- 
Cotton gin 

L. N. Hollowell Ginning cotton 

I Cotton ginned, rough timber 

--! Job printing, stationery, etc 

E. J. Broughton | Cotton-seed oil, meal, linters, hulls and fertilizer 

Wm. G. Frost ' Lumber products., 

- j Corn, meal and feeds 

1 Oak and pine lumber 



1906 
1918 
1902 



Capital T,j„ 

Stock I ^°- 



3,000 
50,000 



1916 
1911 
1910 

1883 
1904 
1900 
1914 
1915 
1917 



5,000 
4,000 
1,000 



150,000 
20,000 



11,000 



1916 
1912 
1916 
1912 
1909 
1913 
1909 



5,000 
10,000 

2,500 
500,000 

5,000 
50,000 

4,500 



1897 
1909 



1908 



1909 
1899 
1917 
1906 
1900 
1917 
1913 
1917 
1903 
1908 
1911 



300 

5,000 

50,000 

900,000 



32,000 



H. B. Cahera. 



E. P. Godwin-- 
C. D. McGowan, 



1916 
1917 
1900 
1917 



1904 
1914 
1913 



15,000 

150,000 

15.000 

65,000 

100,000 
30,000 
5,000 



3,000 
3,000 
10,000 



32,000 
3,500 
3,500 



1911 


500 


1905 


380,000 


1905 


60,000 


1912 


9,000 


1918 


800 



1062 
1063 
1064 
1065 
1066 
1067 
1068 
1069 
1070 
1071 
1072 
1073 
1074 
1075 
1076 
1077 
1078 
1079 
1080 
1081 
1082 
1083 
1084 
1085 
1086 
1087 
1088 
1089 
1090 
1091 
1092 
1093 
1094 
1095 
1096 
1097 
1098 
1099 
1100 
1101 
1103 
1103 
1104 
1105 
1106 
1107 
1108 
1109 
1110 
1111 
1112 
1113 
1114 



158 



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Table No. 1- 



No. County Postoffice 



1115 
1116 
1117 
1118 
1119 
1120 
1121 
1122 
1123 
1124 
1125 
1126 
1127 
1128 
1129 
1130 
1131 
1132 
1133 
1134 
1135 
1136 
1137 
1138 
1139 
1140 
1141 
1142 
1143 
1144 
1145 
1146 
1147 
1148 
1149 
1150 
1151 
1152 
1153 
1154 
1155 
1156 
1157 
1158 
1159 
1160 
1161 
1162 
1163 
1164 
1165 
1166 
1167 



Person Roxboro 

do.. ..' Timberlake.. 

do ; Woodsdale.. . 

Pitt. Ayden 

do do 

do do 

do i Farmville 

do do.. 

do j Fountain 

do I Greenville 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do ' do 

do I do 

do i do. 

do. ..1 Grifton 

do j Grimesland... 

do i Parmele 

do.. Whichard 

— do Winterville... 

do do 

Polk ! Campobello . 

do I Columbus 

do... Tryon 

do do 

do I do. 

do I do 

Randolph Asheboro 

...do ' do 

...do do 

do do.. 

do do 

...do do 

do do.. 

...do Bennett 

do.. Coleridge 

...do do 

do Eleazar 

do I Farmer 

— do I Franklinvdlle. 

do Fullers 

do : Kanoy 

do... Liberty.. 

...do ; do... 

...do ! do 

...do I do 

...do I do 

...do I do 

..-do. ..J do. 

...do.... ; Mofiitt. 

...do I Rachel.. 

...do I Ramseur 



Factory 



Roxboro Bottling Works 

Needham Bros 

Crutchfield Bros 

J. A. Griffin 

Municipal Light Plant 

Sunshot Remedy Co 

Farmville Land and Lumber Co 

Farmville Oil and Fertilizer Co 

Jefferson Mills 

Bishop's Laundry. 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works. 

Dail Brick Yard 

Greenville Ice and Coal Co 

Overton Barrel Factory.. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works 

Barrington Saw Mill 

Proctor Saw Mill and Cotton Gin... 
Grindool Cotton Gin and Saw Mill. 

Whichard & Congleton 

A. G. Cox Mfg. Co 

Winterville Cotton Oil Co 

Stacy Grist Mill 

Tirtnat Co., Inc 

Southern Mercerizing Co 

Tryon Chemical Co '. 

Tryon Lumber Co 

Tryon Paper Box Co.. 

Asheboro Motor Car Co 

Asheboro Roller Mills 

Cox Lumber Co 

Denton Lumber Co 

Home Building and Material Co 

Rich Brick Yard 

Southern Crown Milling Co 

Gardner Saw Mill 

Coleridge Mfg. Co 

DaAas Bros. Saw Mill 

Carter Saw Mill 

Farmer Roller Mills 

Franklinville Mfg. Co 

H. K. Williams 

Gardner Saw Mill 

Gregson Lumber Co 

Home Lumber Co 

Liberty Brick Co 

Liberty Broom Works 

Liberty Chair Co 

Liberty Milling Co.. 

Liberty Pckr. Stk. and Novelty Co.. 

Richland Roller MilL... 

E. V. Hix Saw MiU 

Fleta Lumber Co 



President 



O. B. McBroom, Mgr. 
U. C. Needham 



John Marshall. 

McG. Horton 

R. L. Davis 

G. W. Jefferson, Owr.. 

A. E. Brown, Mgr 

W. J. Harden 

Jas. M. Hines, Prop. 

W. H. Dail, Jr., Supt.. 

J. W. Hines, Sr.. 

D. D.Overton, Ov\T... 



S. G. Barrington, OwT. 
J. O. Proctor, Owner.. 



L. R. Whichard, Mgr.. 



A. G. Cox 

J. W. Stacy... 

A. L. Dedmon 

F. P. Bacon, Prop.. 
A. L. Hill 

C. H. Hobbs, Mgr... 
C. W. Ballinger 

G. M. Hayworih 



J. R. Wall 

J. F. Cameron 

J. D. Ross 

Elmer Rich, Owner. 
C. J. Cox 



R. L. Cameron.. 

W. T. Davis, Mgr 

T. E. Carter, Owner.. 

A. L. Hill, Owner 

Hugh Park, Treas 

H. K. Williams.. 

W. S. Gardner, Owr... 

A. F. Gregson 

T. A. Johnson, Owner. 

C.P.Smith, Jr... 

James H. Johnson 

J. H. Johnson, Mgr... 



Dr. G. A. Foster. 



E. V. Hix, Owner. 
W. H. Watkins... 



Miscellaneous Factoeies 



159 



Continued 


Secretary or Treasurer 


Articler Manufactured 


13 
o d 

2 s S 

gUg 
w o« 


Capital 

Stock 


No. 


A. J. Crutchfield.. 


Coca-cola and soda water... 

Lumber 

Lumber, both rough and dressed and corn meal 

Ginning, sawing, grinding and planing 

Electric and water . 

Stock remedies 

Building material, rough and dressed lumber 

Cotton seed 

Lumber, meal, etc 

Laundering 

Chero-cola and soda water 

Bottle coca-cola 

Common brick 

Ice, handle coal 

Barrels 

Soft drinks 

Lumber 

Lumber and ginning 

Cotton ginned and lumber sawed 

Lumber. 

Cotton planters, guano sowers, etc 


1907 
1914 
1889 
1914 
1916 
1917 
1917 
1910 
1913 
1914 
1915 
1908 
1905 
1910 
1906 
1913 
1908 
1882 
1915 
1913 
1890 
1913 
1914 
1916 
1910 
1917 
1904 
1905 
1911 
1891 
1905 
1908 
1904 
1915 
1913 
1908 
1911 
1906 


$ 6,560 
2,000 
12,000 


1115 
1116 
1117 
1118 


E. L. Turnage 

W. L. House 

J. Lloyd Horton— 

J. L Morgan 


50,000 
5,000 
1,500 

41,600 


1119 
1120 
1121 
1122 
1123 


C. M. Warren. 


1,400 
10,000 


1124 
1125 
1126 






1127 


C. W. Harvey 


8,000 
5,000 


1128 
1129 
1130 






1131 




3,200 


1133 




1133 






1134 






1135 


R. L. Abbott 


50,000 

500 

50,000 


1136 






1137 


E. W. Dedmon 




1138 




Mercerization of cotton goods 

Textile soaps and softeners 

Dressed lumber 

Paper boxes 

Vehicle repairs, etc 

Flour, meal and feed 


1139 


F. P. Bacon 


3,000 


1140 
1141 


E. B. Cawthray 

S. L. Hayworth 

W. J. Scarboro 


10,000 
1,000 

13,800 

10,000 
6,000 

13,000 
2,000 

25,000 
1,000 
8,500 

3,800 


1142 
1143 
1144 


C. J. Cox 


Pine lumber 


1145 






1146 






1147 




Common brick . . . 


1148 




Flour, meal and feed . ... 


1149 


W. S. Gardner.... 


Oak and pine luniber. . 


1150 


J. A. Brower- 


Chair stock, turned and bent 

Lumber, pine and oak 

Pine lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 


1151 
1152 
1153 




1154 




Roller mills— 






1155 




Rough lumber 

Oak and pine lumber 

Rough oak, pine and poplar lumber 

Building material, rough lumber, cotton ginnery 

Brick . 


1906 
1890 
1913 
1912 
1907 
1918 
1905 
1903 
1910 


2,500 

3,680 

2,500 
10,000 

4,000 
10,000 
12,500 

4,500 
860 

7,000 


1156 




1157 


B. J. Gregson 


1158 
1159 


R. A. Smith 


1160 


J. C. Luther.. 


Brooms ._ . 


1161 






1162 


E. A. Caudle 


Flour, meal and feed . . 


1163 


J. A. Martin 




1164 


F. P. Stout, Mgr 




1165 




Railroad ties and lumber. 

Lumber 


1918 
1910 


1166 


E. C. Watkins 


1167 



160 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



County Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



1168 

1169 

1170 

1171 

1172 

1173 

1174 

1175 

1176 

1177 

1178 

1179 

1180 

1181 

1182 

1183 

1184 

1185 

1186 

1187 

1188 

1189 

1190 

llSl 

1192 

1193 

1194 

1195 

1196 

1197 

1198 

1199 

1200 

1201 

1202 

1203 

1204 

1205 

1206 

1207 

1208 

1209 

1210 

1211 

1212 

1213 

1214 

1215 

1216 

l'il7 

1218 

1219 

1220 



Randolph Ramseur | W. T. Foushee Lumber Co.. 

do ' do ' Gardner Saw Mill 

do ' do ' Novelty Woodworks 

do do ! Ramseur Broom Works 

do do Ramseiu- Milling Co. 

....do 

....do 

Richmond . 



L. B. Gardner, Mgr... 
J. I. Lambert-. _ 



Seagrove Seagrove Mill and Store Co.. 

...do \ W. H. Tucker 

Ellerbe j Cox Lumber Co 

do I Hamlet i Crown Carbonating Co 

do. ' do j Sanitary Steam Laundry 

Robeson ; Lumber Bridge ...I Tolar Saw Mill 

do I Lumberton Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

do... do Freeman Printing Co 

do do Robeson Mfg. Co 

do I do 1 Robeson Soda Water Co 

...do.... 

...do.... 

...do.... 

...do.... 



I. F. Craven 

W. R. Williams. 



J. R. Wall 

J. P. Gibbons, Owner. 
H. P. Austin, Prop 



Maxton.. Chandler Saw Mill. 

....do : Elba Mfg. Co 

do .- Maxton Gin Co 

....do _ The \Mlliams Co.... 



do i Orrum Orrum Ginning Co. 



do ..., Parkion Cobb & Johnson ' 

do Red Springs Morgan Oil and Trust Co 

do I do .' Motor and Machine Co 

....do.. '.-..do W. F. & J. G. Williams 

do. .-j Rennert O. E. Seawall 

do. ' Rex Gilmore Planing MiU-- 

do -I Rowland Bracy Bros — 

do ! do Rowland Oil and Fertilizer Co 

do St. Pauls I^ancaster Planing Mill - 

Rockingham. Leaksville Mint Cola Bottling Co 

do do Hampton Buggy Co... 

do Madison.. - Penn Bros. Suspenders Co.. _ 

do L...do J. G. Wall's Saw Mill 

do ! Mayodan Mayodan Coca-Cola Bottling Co... 

do Reids\alle W. H. Bolyn 

do ...do Collins Bakery 

do do... Concrete Construction Co 

do '■ do Penn Branch American Tobacco Co. 



J. C. Hutaff 

Ed. B. Freeman, Mgr. 

James A. Jones 

R. E. Rogers, Mgr 

E. C. Chandler, Owt.. 

T. J. Davis 

J. W. Carter 

E. L. McCormack 

E. C. Nye 

Colin Cobb, Mgr 

J.F. McNair 

W. E. Garrett... 

J. G. Williams 

O. E. Seawell, Mgr.... 
J. F. Gilmore 



J. W. McKay. 



..-do- 

....do... 

....do 

....do... 

....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 
....do. 



do Piedmont Cigar Co.. 

do Robert Harris & Bro 

do Reidsville Ice and Coal Co.. 

do ' Reidsville Mfg. Co 



do .- Reidsville Paper Box Co 

..j do... ..., R. P. Richardson, Jr., & Co., Inc.... 

..' do , ...' John B. Rogers 

.. do. J. H. Smixh & Bro. Wagon Shop 

..' do Smith & Fagg 

..' do Smith Stationery and Printing Co.. 



do .; Ruffin RufEn Roller Mills 

do Spray Eagle Printing Co 

do .1 Stoneville... J. M. Leath 

Rowan I China Grove China Grove RoUer Mills. 

do ' do Lipe Saw Mill 



C. E. Hubbard 

D. F. King 

H. E. Penn.... 

J. G. Wall, Owner 

M. C. ]\Iouey, Prop 

W. H. Bolyn, Prop.... 

M. J. Collins, Owner 

G. A. Miller 

P. S. HiU 

R. P. Richardson 

J. B. Pipkin... 

Robert Hinton 

D.R. Burton, Asst. Mgr. 

J. B. Pipkin 

R. P. Richardson 

J. B. Rogers, Owner.. 

J. H. Smith, Mgr 

W. H. Smith, Mgr 

J. E. Smith, Prop 

W. J. Washam, Owner. 



J. M. Leath, Owner 

M. M. Ketchie 



Miscellaneous Factories 



161 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Mauufactured 



W. T. Foushee- 



J. W. Parks 

A. H. Thomas_. 

W. R. Craven 

J. C. Hamonds 

W. H. Tucker, Owner.... 
C. J. Cox, Vice President. 



C. D. Hutaff. 



John S McNeill. 
R. E. Rogers 



O. B. Robinson. 

A. H. Currie 

B. Williams 

J. F. Shepherd-. 



Wm. Jones 

L. M. Cook.... 
J. G. Williams. 



J. M. McBray 

A. F. McKellar 

D. B. Lancaster, Owner. 

T. H. Barker 

W. W. Hampton 

H. L. Penn 



W. T. Wooton, Mgr. 

C. F. Neilley 

E. R. Walton 

Robert Harris, Jr — 



Francis Womack. 
E. R. Walters 



W. B. Weaver. 



J. V Cooper. 
G. H Lipe... 




Rough lumber. 

Oak, pine, poplar lumber switch and cross ties. 

Picker sticks, bobbins, skewers and loom blocks. 

Brooms 

Flour, meal, feed. 

Flour, meal and feed. 

Lumber, flour and meal. 

Pine lumber. 

Coca-cola and soda water. 

Laundry 

Lumber 

Soft drinks. 

Job printing. 

Cotton-seed products and fertilizer. 

Soda water. 

Lumber .- 

Cotton-seed products. 

Gin cotton. 

I^ough lumber and poles. 

Ginning cotton. 

General outfit. 

Cotton-seed oil, meal and hulls. 

Repair autos 

Lumber 

Lumber 

General dressing. 

Briek 

Cotton-seed oil, meal, linters and hull, etc.. 

Lumber 

Bottled goods and soft drinks. 

Manufacturing buggies and repairing. 

Garters and suspenders. 

Oalv and pine lumber. 

Coca-cola and soft drinks. 

Harness repair shop. 

Bakery products. 

Sewer pipe, bldg. blocks, brick and gen. constr. work 

Plug tobacco and cigarettes. 

Cigars 

Pride of Reidsville Smoking Tobacco. 

Ice 

, Tobacco bags 

Set up paper boxes, job printing 
j Granulated smoking tobacco 
; Lumber 

Blacksmith repair shop 

General repair shop 

' Printing 

. Flour and meal 

Job printing 

Flour, meal, etc 

Flour, meal and feed 

Board and farm lumber 



Dept. Labor, 1918—11 



162 



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Table No. 1- 




1221 
1222 
1223 
1224 
1225 
1226 
1227 
1228 
1229 
1230 
1231 

1232 i 

1233 I 

1234 j 

1235 i 

1236 ' 
1237 
1238 < 
1239 
1240 
1241 
1242 
1243 
1244 
1245 
1246 
1247 
1248 
1249 
1250 
1251 
1252 
1253 
1254 
1255 
1256 
1257 
1258 
1259 
1260 
1261 
1262 
126a 
1264 
1265 
1266 
1267 
1268 
1269 
1270 
1271 
1272 
1273 



Rowan 

....do 

....do.. 

.-..do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do.. 



Cleveland, R. 2... W. F. Call's Saw Mill 

Cleveland... Cleveland Mfg. Co 

do Rowan Milling Co 

Granite Quarry...] Wisconsin Granite Co... 

Landis i Deal & Corriher 

do ..' Landis Milling Co 

Mount UUa.. i MiU Ridge Roller Mills 

do. .; Mount I'lla Roller Mills 

Rockwell ,': Rockwell Furniture Co 

....do.... Rockwell Roller ISIills.... 

do Sides Lumber Mill... 

Salisbury ' Army Supply Co 

do Carolina Beverage Corporation. 



W. L. Moore, Mgr 

J. B. Johnston 

C. A. Brown 

Robert Roberts, Supt. 
L. A. Corriher, Mgr... 

Dr. B. O. Edwards 

J. W. Sloan, Mgr 

J. C. Sherrill, Owner.. 

C. L.Miller 

W. B. Miller, Mgr 



do I do Carolina JIarble and Granite Co.. 



....do..... 
....do..... 
..--do..... 

.U.do 

....do-.... 

....do 

....do..... 

....do 

....do 

....do..... 
....do..... 
....do..... 
....do..... 
....do..... 
....do.... 
....do.... 



do '. Salisbury. 

do ; do 

do ' do 

do Spencer.. 

do ' do 

....do 

....do. 

Rutherford 

....do 

....do 



Faith Cooperative Granite Co 

Fisher & McCombs 

Ganley Brothers 

Graf-Davis-Collett Co 

Goodman Lumber Co , 

Harris Granite Quarries 

Josey Saw Mill... 

Ludwick Milling Co 

Morgan Saw Mill 

N. C. Steel and Iron Co 

Nussman-Kenerly Br'k and Lbr. Co. 

Rock RoUfr Mill 

Salisbury Coca-Cola Bottling Co... 

Salisbury Bakery 

Salisbury Granite Corporation 

William Smith 

Taylor Mattress Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

R. W. Walker Lumber Co 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Spencer News 

do ! Southern Railway Co 

do ' Swink Bakery 



....| Salisbury, R. 3.. 

...J. ...do 

...J... .do. 

........do 

-...'...-do 

Salisbury 

::::i::::do:::::::::::: 

...--— do-.... 

"^!!'"""do!!""!!]!!: 

..- ....do 

....:. ...do 

' Salisbury, R. 3. 



Asher Frank 

G. D. Peeler 

C. J. Rabe 

C. L. Welch 

John A. Fisher, Mgr... 
Joseph Ganley, Owner 
A. H. Graf 



N. B. McCanless 

John Josey, Mgr 

T. B. S. Ludwick 

A. M. C. Morgan, Mgr. 

E. C. Gregory .-... 

J. D. Kenerly 



J. B. Harrison 

D. J. Mahaley... 

P. A. Wallenborn 

William Smith, Mgr.. 

J. G. Heilig 

S. T. Morgan. 

R. W. Walker. 

L. T. Royall 



Wright-Bachman Lumber Co.. 
Yelton Saw Mill 

Cherry Mountain Mfg. Co. — 



Boslic, R. 4.. 

Bostic 

Ellenboro 

...do I Forest City i Lancaster Gin Co 

...do I do ' Regal Mfg. Co.... 

...do... .| Gilkey Warlick Lumber Co.... 

...do ..I Golden W. E. Ludlow.. 

...do j Rutherfordton Frog Level Ginning Co 

...do I do Hines Lumber Co 

...do j Union Mills j Hall & Son Saw Mill... 

do ! do I Morgan Lumber Co 

Uree \ A. C. Whiteside. 

Autrj'ville ' Howard's Mill 

....do J. H. Pusey Saw MilL. 

Clinton Clinton Milling Co 

do 1 Rackley Saw Mill 



H. P. Leiber 

J. D. Yelton, Prop 

G. S. Harrill 

C. M. Holland... 

J. E. McFarland 

K. C. Menzies 

W. E. Ludlow, Prop. . 

O. B. Grose 

C. F. Cline 

E. M. Hall, Foreman, 



..-.do... 

Sampson 

.—do- 

.-..do 

....do 



A. C. \Yhiteside, Owner 
R. W. Howard, Mgr... 
J. H. Pusey, Owner — 

H. C. Petty 

V. H. Rackley, Owner 



Miscellaneous Factokies 



Wc 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



o c M 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



1916 
1905 
1917 



1900 
1912 
1910 



1900 



Lumber 

W. F. Thompson :' Rotary cut veneer 

W. W. Roseman Wheat, flour, meal and feed... 

Paving blocks 

Building material 

G. W. Corriher Flour, meal and feed.. 

Flour, meal, feed 

Flour, meal and feed 

J. W. Peeler... ' Coffins and caskets 

Flour, meal and feed 

J. H. Sides, Owner Building material, sash and doors 

War supplies for the Army 

W. C. Maupin... Beverage syrups... 

T. J. Rabe Monuments _ 

P. S. Carlton '• Granite quarry, blocks and curbing 

Millstones 

Paving blocks 

A. E. Davds 1 Sash, doors and lumber 

E. A. Goodman, Mgr. ... Building material... 

G. R. Collins Granite monuments 

Rough lumber 

T. A. Ludwick.. ...i Flour, meal, feed 

Rough lumber 

A. E. Davis j Steel and iron castings 

I. A. Nussman ! Brick and lumber.. I 1917 

— ' Grind wheat and com 1900 

Luther Snyder Bottling Coca-Cola and soda water i 1905 

A. G. Peeler — Pies and cakes i 1914 

E. D. McCall Granite paving blocks I 1916 

1 Lumber I 

--- ! Mattresses, etc j 1906 

S. W. Travers.. ! Commercial fertilizer ..i 1895 

J. D. Norwood Ship timbers, hardwood lumber, cross-ties, etc i M06 

M. L. Kiser Soft drinks, sodas and Pepsi-Cola I 1916 

_ Newspaper and job printing i 

E. F. Parham. j _ ; 

[ Bread and cakes j 

Henry Raub ..i Lumber 1917 

- Lumber. ! 1914 

E.G. HarriU Shirts. ].J 1916 

D. L. Homick 1 Cotton ginning and sawing.^. 1910 

- I Lumber j 1905 

C. H. Cline .1 Flooring, ceiling, siding, roofers, mouldings, etc I 1900 

- ' Gold... i 1911 



1910 
1917 
1917 
1901 
1914 
1902 
1915 
1909 
1907 
1910 
1903 
1913 
1908 
1916 



1915 
1915 
1914 
1917 



E. M. Deming i Cotton ginning 

W. J. Hines. 1 Rough and dressed lumber 

Lumber 

G. W. Morgan [ Rough lumber 

' Rough lumber 

Lumber | 1907 

.- Lumber 1908 

C. W. Petty Electric-light plant 1910 

- - ; Lumber i 1908 



S 1,000 
6,600 
6,000 



10,050 

7,000 

10,000 

13,000 



3,0C0 

1,000 

100,000 

11,000 



1,200 

500 

25,000 

10,000 

250,000 

400 

15,000 



8,000 
21,000 

2,500 
10,000 
25,000 



5,900 



50,000 
3,000 



2,000 
150,000 
800 
7,400 
2,000 
2,300 
5,000 

3,000 
40,000 

15,000 
2,000 
1,500 

3,600 
800 



1221 

1222 

1223 

1224 

1225 

1226 

1227 

1228 

1229 

1230 

1231 

1232 

1233 

1234 

1235 

1236 

1237 

1238 

1223 

1240 

1244 

1242 

11S3 

1244 

1245 

1246 

1247 

1248 

1249 

1250 

1251 

1252 

1253 

1254 

1255 

1256 

1257 

1258 

1259 

1260 

1261 

1263 

1263 

1264 

1265 

1266 

1267 

1268 

1269 

1270- 

1271 

1272 

1273 



164 



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Table No. 1— 



No. 



County 



1274 
1275 
1276 
1277 
1278 
1279 
1280 
1281 
1282 
1283 
1284 
1285 
1286 
1287 
1288 
1289 
1290 
1291 
1292 
1293 
1294 
1295 
1296 
1297 
1298 
1299 
1300 
1301 
1302 
1303 
1304 
1305 
1306 
1307 
1308 
1309 
1310 
1311 
1312 
1313 
1314 
1315 
1316 
1317 
1318 
1319 
1320 
1321 
1322 
■1323 
1324 
1325 
1326 



Sampson. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

-..-do 

....do 

...-do 

-..-do 

....do 

...-do 

-...do 

..-.do— - 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

...-do 

-...do 

...:do 

Scotland. 

-..do 

..-.do 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

...-do 

--.do 

-.--do 

— -do 

Stanly 

-...do 

----do , 

-..-do 

...-do 

-—do 

.---do 

.--do 

--..do 

...-do 

....do 

Stokes 

-.-do 

..--do 

----do 

--.do 



Postoffice 



Clinton. 
....do... 



Cooper 

— -do 

....do 

Delway 

Dunn 

Hayne 

....do 

Huntley 

.--do 

Ivanhoe 

Lynchburg, Va.-_ 

Orange 

Roseboro 

-..do 

--do 

--do 

--.do 

-..do 

.-..do 

— -do 

Salemburg 

---do 

---do_ 

Turkey 

--.do 

Gibson 

--do 

Hasty 

Laurel Hill— _, 

---do 

> Laurinburg-- 

-...do 

....do 

...-do 

Wagrani 

Albemarle 

---do 

----do 

New London 

Norwood 

--do 

---do 

---do 

Oakboro 

Richfield 

Stanfield 

Smith 

Walnut Cove 

—do 

-—do 

— .do 



Factory 



President 



Rodman Planing Mill 

R. B. Smith 

W. A. Jackson 

Page Saw Mill 

Mrs. J. T. Williams' Cotton Gin. 

L. N. Dodd's Mill 

Godwin Saw Mill 

Hanly Saw Mill 

Sampson Lumber Co 

P. P. Grumpier 

P. B. Lockerman 

C. A. Brown & Co 

Williams & McKeithan Lbr. Co.. 

Jackson Turpentine Distillery 

F. A. Caison 

Canady Saw Mill___ 

C. C. Fort Saw Mill ._ 

Troy I. Herring Planing Mill 

Hall Lumber Mill 

E. F. McLemore... 

Smith Saw Mill 

White Lake Lumber Co 

Baggett Saw Mill 

Royall Still and Ginnery 

Williamson Saw Mill 

Ball Saw Mill 

Carroll Wagon Co 

The Gold Sand Co 

Southern Cotton Oil Co 

Hasty Gin Co 

J. H. McKenzie 

Monroe Shingle MilL_ 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Laurinburg Machinery Co . 

Laurinburg Oil Co. 

Peoples Bakery 

Wagram Gin and Mfg. Co 

Albemarle Mantel Co 

Albemarle Milling Co 

Sibley Mfg. Co 

C. V. Ritchie- 

Norwood Lumber Co 

Pemberton Saw Mill 

Riverview Milling Co 

Stanly Cotton Oil Co... 

Barbee & Helenes 

Richfield Lumber Co 

J. L. Tucker 

Peters Creek Union Milling Co._. 

Carolina Lumber Co 

Dan River Lumber Co 

Hedgecock Brick Co 

Matthews & Johnson 



J. F. Rodman, Prop,. 
R. B. Smith, Owner-. 
W. A. Jackson, Owner. 

E. B. Page, Owner 

J. R. Hawley, Mgr 

L. N. Dodd, Owner... 

John Godwin.- 

J. W. Hanly, Owner .. 

R. W. Massie 

P. P. Grumpier, Owner 
P. B. Lockerman, Owr. 

C. A. Brown, Prop 

Ernest Williams 

J. J. Jackson, Prop 

F. A. Caison, Mgr 

M. Canady, Mgr 

C. C. Fort, Owner.... 
Troy I. Herring, Own'r 

H. H. Hall, Mgr 

E. F. McLemore 

J. W. Smith, Owner... 

C. A. Tiantuni— 

V. T. Baggett, Mgr.... 
Royall & Cooper, Mgr. 

E. Williams, Mgr 

C. R. Ball, Mgr 

J. C. Carroll, Owner.. 

J. E. Doster 

L. T. Morgan 

E. J. Hester 

J. H. McKenzie, Mgr.. 
A. M. Monroe, Owner. 

J. P. Gibbons 

E. S. Lutch, Owner... 

J. A. Jones 

McLaurin & Shaw 

G. F. Watson 

C. V. Ritchie 

A. C. Heath. 

R. L. Sibley 

C. V. Ritchie, Owner. 

J. C. Hurley 

W. S. Pemberton 

T. A. Hathcock 

H. S. Freeman 

J. F. Barbee, Owner.. 
M. M. Ritchie, Owner. 
J. L. Tucker, Owner.. 
W. M. Overby 



D. Larnes Dowell 

R. M. Hedgecock 

J. H. Matthews, Owner 



Miscellaneous Factories 



165 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



N. C. pine lumber and nail-keg staves 

Lumber 

Lumber, rough and dressed, corn meal, cot. gin.. 

Short-leaf pine boards 

Gin cotton, lumber, shingles 

Shingles 

Lumber 

Pine lumber 

L. C. Adams Lumber 

Lum ber 

Lumber 

Lumber 

H. L. Williams Lumber 

Crude Turpentine 

Brick 

1 Rough lumber 

Lumber 

'■ Dressed and rough lumber, wholesale 

Lumber 

1 Rough lumber 

i Lumber 

William A. Danzer Cypress and short-leaf pine and gum 

Lumber 

Naval stores, cotton ginnery 

: Lumber 

, Lumber 

1 Wagons and carts and general repair work 

W. H. Webster Concrete sand, building sand, fert. filler 

E. C. Coles Cotton-seed products and fertilizers 

D. A. Hasty--_ Ginners of cotton 

: Lumber and shingles 

i Shingles 

T. G. Bagwell 1 Coca-Cola and soft drinks 

! Repair shop and garage 

W. R. Sutherland ' Cotton-seed oil, hulls, meal, hull fiber, etc 

: Bread and cakes 

S. J. Womble i Ginning cotton 

R. B. Ritchie j Hardwood mantels 

J. M. Morrow 1 Flour, corn meal and feed 

W. T. Huckabee Boxes, cross-arms, building material 

Rough lumber 

Martin McKenzie 1 Lumber and cross-arms 

1 Rough lumber 

John Anderson j Flour and feed 

W. C. Kendall 1 Cotton-seed meal, oil, hulls and linters 

Rough lumber 

Lumber and building material 

Pine and oak lumber 

Flour, meal and lumber 

Box shooks 

Lumber, flour, feed and meal 

R. A. Hedgecock I Common brick 

i Rough lumber, oak and pine 



u c m 
o a ai 



1912 
1911 
1910 
1913 
1908 
1916 
1908 
1914 
1911 
1901 
191.3 
1906 
1918 
1917 
1918 
1909 



Capital XT 
Stock No. 



3,500 



4,000 

8,000 

500 



32,500 

2,000 

810 



260,000 
1,600 



1,000 
5,000 



1913 
1918 
1918 
1917 
1915 
1917 



1,000 
600 

1,650 

300,000 

800 

15,000 
1,200 



1916 



1911 



1910 
! 1901 
1917 
1913 
1906 
1916 
1904 
1912 
1917 
1912 
1913 
1907 
1914 



James L. Moore. 

O. H. Paris 

T. J. Covington, 



1904 
1910 
1918 
1915 
1909 
1913 



! 4,000 

10,000,000 
5,000 
2,500 
6,000 
3,000 
3,000 

91,000 
2,000 
2,500 

11,200 

13,400 
7,500 
5,000 

12,000 
5,000 

25,000 

11,400 
6,000 
4,500 
500 
5,780 
2,100 
8,500 

16,000 
4,000 



' 1274 
1275 
1276 
1277 
1278 
1279 
1280 
1281 
1282 
1283 
1284 
1285 
1286 
1287 
1288 
1289 
1290 
1291 
1292 
1293 
1294 
1295 
1296 
1297 
1298 
1299 
1300 
1301 
1302 
1303 
1304 
1305 
1306 
1307 
1308 
1309 
1310 
1311 
1312 
1313 
1314 
1315 
1316 
1317 
1318 
1319 
1320 
1321 
1322 
1323 
1324 
1325 
1326 



166 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 



1327 
1328 
1329 
1330 
1331 
1332 
1333 
1334 
1335 
1336 
1337 
1338 
1339 
1340 
1341 
1342 
1343 
1344 
1345 
1346 
1347 
1348 
1349 
1350 
1351 
1352 
1353 
1354 
1355 
1356 
1357 
1358 
1359 
1360 
1361 
1362 
1363 
1364 
1365 
1366 
1367 
1368 
1369 
1370 
1371 
1372 
1373 
1374 
1375 
1376 
1377 
1378 
1379 



County 



Stokes 

....do 

Surry 

....do.... 

....do... 

....do. 

....do. 

....do. 

....do. 

....do 

...do..- 

...do 

....do.... 

....do 

....do.... 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

..-.d6 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do.. 

...do 

Swain 

....do.. 

....do. 

....do 

....do.... 

...do 



Postoffice 



Factory 



President 



Walnut Cove W. I. Mitchell. 

do Neal & Young. 

Ararat Bull Run Roller Mill. 

Elkin Carolina Cross-arms Co.. 

do.. Elkin Bottling Co. 

....do Elkin Box Co. 

do Elkin Canning Co.. 

do Elkin Ice and Light Co. 

....do.... Elkin Roller Mills. 

....do. Elkin Shoe Co. 

do Elkin Veneer and Mfg. Co- 
Mount Airy. Banner Mfg. Co. 

do Fleming Bros. 

do Davis Roller Mill. 

do Granite Bakery 

...-do Granite City Mills. 

do Lemmerman-Hoffman Gran. Co 

do Mount Airy Bottling Works 

do Mount Airy Buggy Co 

do Mount Airy Granite Cutting Co. 

do Mount Airy Steam Laundry 

do., North Carolina Granite Corp 

do J. D. S.argent Granite Co 

Pilot Mountain Hiatt Mill 

Rusk Carter Mfg. Co 

do I Wallace Roller Mills 

State Road Hanes Roller Mills 

Bryson City ! Alarka Lumber Co 

do. : Bryson City Pump Works 

do A. J. Franklin 

Bushnell ' A. T. Dorsey 

Fontana. The Montvale Lumber Co 

Hewitts... N. C. Talc and Mining Co.. 

do j Ocona Lufty ! Geissel & Richardson 

Transylvania Brevard Philips Bakery 

do ' do Transylvania Tanning Co.. 

do ' Pisgah Forest Brevard Tanning Co 

do ' do Carr Lumber Co 

do I Rosman Gloucester Lumber Co 

do do Rosman Tanning E.xtract Co 

do < do Toxaway Tanning Co 

Tyrrell. ' Columbia. Tyrrell Mfg. Co 

Union Marshville Hartsell Saw Mill. 

....do.... 

....do.... 

....do.... 

..--do.... 

.—do.... 

.—do.... 

....do... 

....do.... 

.-..do..-. 

.—do.... 



W. I. Mitchell, Owner. 

Neal & Young. 

J. L. Elliott, Owner 

J. C. Herley 

J. W. Collins 

R. L. Church 

R. M. Chatham 

J. S. Atkinson... 

A. V. Bray, Mgr 

A. M. Smith.... 

R. L. Hubbard... 

R. H. Leonard 

J. M. Fleming, Mgr 

Jesse Davis, Owner 

Beulah Brown, Mgr... 

J. S. Bray, Prop 

D. E. Hoffman, Part.. 

N. W. Dobbins, Owner 

John Banner 

R. V. Deyerle, Owner. 

W. F. ShafTner 

J. D. Sargent.. 



do Nance's Saw Mill 

do Smith Saw Mill 

Monroe.. Austin & Sikes Co 

do James C. Broome 

do Efird Marble Works 

do Henderson Roller Mills 

do Monroe Ice and Fuel Co.. 

do J. H. Myers... 

....do N. D. Saleeby 

do Southern Cotton Oil Co... 



C. H. Carter 

J. J. Wallace, Owner.. 

W. L. Hanes, Mgr 

Arthur Brooks 

J. Snank 

A. J. Franklin, Owner 
A. D. Dorsey, Owner. 
R. E. Wood.. 

F. R. Hewitt.... 

J. A. Richardson, Mgr. 
George Philips, Prop.. 
Joseph S. Silversteen.. 

G. L. Adams 

Louis Carr 

Joseph S. Silversteen.- 

J. S. Silversteen 

M. Dworetzky 

A. J. Cahoon 

C. P. Hartsell, Owner. 

D. Nance, Owner 

G. W. Smith, Owner.. 

W. H. Austin, Mgr 

J. C. Broome 

J. E. Efird, Mgr.. 

J. E. Henderson 

J. W. Hines.. - 

J. H. Myers, Owner... 
N. D. Saleeby & Bros., 
S. T. Morgan 



Miscellaneous Factories 



167 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



Capital 
Stock 



1888 
1916 
1905 
1917 
1899 
1912 
1895 
1917 
1902 
1917 
1902 
1916 
1916 



Rough lumber and corn meal ] 1908 

I Rough lumber, pine, oak, and poplar 

.._ ] Flour, meal, and feed— 

W. S. Gough. --' Cross-arms, brackets, pins, pole steps, chick, coops. 

J. H. Tharpe j Soda waters and Pepsi-Cola - 

Claud Kiser ' Pine box shooks _ - --. 

E. C. Harris ! Canned goods 

J. W. Madison i Ice and box shooks --- 

I Flour, meal and feed 

M. A. Biggs i Leather shoes and collars -- 

A. G. Click Veneered and thin lumber and crates 

E. C. Foy Children's cradles and cribs 

Rough boards and framing 

I Flour, meal and lumber 

Bread, pies and cakes (just started) 

I Flour, meal and feed 

Granite for mausoleums and monuments 

B. E Herman Bottled soda waters - 

I Buggies --- • 

W. F. Lovill 1 Granite 

General laundry business 

J. D. Martin. Paving, curbing, crushed stone, rough granite 

C. Bender ..-! Granite .- 

W. A. Hiatt, Mgr ! Wheat flour, mill feed and corn meal 

C. H. Carter... ' Lumber, box shooks, etc 

j Flour and meal 

■ Flour, meal and feedstuff 

Leslie Brooks Lumber 

J. L. Shank.. , Colonial porch columns, liquor logs, pump tubing.. 

Lumber 

Oak, poplar, chestnut and pine lumber 

J. H. Yost i Lumber dimension stock, etc 

F. M. Hewitt Lumber 

Lumber 

Bakery goods 

M. Osmansky.. Leather 

W. F. Decker Tanning extract 

W. W. Croushorn 1 Rough hardwood lumber, acid wood, stove-wood.. 

M. Osmansky_. Lumber 

M. Dworetzky Tanning extracts 

M. Osmansky.. | Heavy leather 

Jeriy Brickhouse : Truck barrels 

Lumber 

I Lumber • 

] Lumber. 

Repairs 

Churns, jars, crocks and pitchers 

Monuments and tombstones 

Flour, meal, grits and feed 

Ice. 

Doors, sash, building material | 

Owners ! Ice-cream 1 1913 

E. E. Coles 1 Cotton-seed products and fertilizers | 



1910 

1904 
1898 
1910 
1906 
1889 
1915 
1902 
1912 
1913 
1900 
1915 
1903 



W. A. Henderson. 
L. E. Griggs 



1908 
1908 
1901 
1884 
1909 
1917 
1903 
1913 
1911 
1912 
1902 
1917 
1913 
1910 



1916 
1867 
1903 
1901 
1913 



1,000 



4,400 

1,600 
49,200 

6,000 
20,000 
20,000 
183,000 

4,000 
14,400 



800 



5,000 

25,000 

1,500 

303,710 

48,000 



12,000 

1,500 

2,000 

100,000 

10,000 



2,500 

260,000 

100,000 

40,000 

2,000 

16,400 

500,000 

250,000 

160,000 

89,000 

100,000 

7,200 

7,500 

' 12,000 

800 

2,000 



1,500 

20,000 

18,000 

6,000 

700 

10,000,000 



168 



jSTorth Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1 — 



No. I C ounty Postoffice 



1380 


Union 

....do 


1 Monroe 


1381 


....do 


1382 


.-..do 


'....do 


1383 


....do 


1 Wadesboro* 


1384 


....do 


' Waxhaw 


1385 


....do- 


1 VVingate 


1386 


....do 


'----do 


1387 


Vance 


j Henderson 


1388 


..--do 


-...do 


1389 


-..-do 


---do 


1390 


--.do 


.-..do 


1391 


- — do 


! do 


1392 


— .do 


i.-.-do 


1393 


....do- 


'-.--do 


1394 


....do 


---do 


1395 


..-.do 


..-.do 


1.396 


--do... - 


....do 


139T 


....do 


.-.do 


1398 


..--do 


do 


1399 


...-do - 


do 


1400 


---.do 


do 


1401 


do 


Kittrell 

Apex 


1402 


Wake 


1403 


-.--do -.. 


Eagle Rock 


1404 


— do 


---.do 


1405 


-..do — . 


Holly Springs 


1406 


....do 


....do 


1407 


.—do 


Kennebec 


1408 


....do 


Morrisville 


1409 


-...do 

-...do 


New Hill..- 


1410 


Raleigh 


1411 


.--.do 


do 1 


1412 


.-..do 


..-do 


1413 


..-.do 


...-do 


1414 


.-..do 


...-do j 


1415 


-..-do 


-..-do ' 


1416 


....do 


..-.do ' 


1417 


..-.do 

....do 


..-.do 


1418 


-.-.do 


1419 


..-.do 

-.-.do 


do— - - - 


1420 


-..do. 


1421 


....do 

....do 


..-.do 


1422 


...-do 


1423 


-.-do 


....do 


1424 


....do 


..-.do 


1425 


...-do 


.-..do 


1426 


....do 


--do 


1427 


....do 


..-.do i 


1428 . 


....do 


...-do ' 


1429 ■ 


-...do 


----do 


1430 


....do 


....do 


1431 


. .-do 


... do 


1432 


....do 


....do i 



Factory 



Tharp Hardware and Mfg. Co 

Whitaker's Saw Mill 

Winchester Saw MilL- 

Marshville Planing Mill Co 

Rogers Brothers Mill 

J. A. Bennett 

Perry Mill 

Capital Buggy Co 

Carolina Buggy Mfg. Co 

Corbitt Buggy Co 

Farmers Ginning and Supply Co... 

Henderson Buggy Mfg. Co 

Henderson Ice and Cold Stor. Co... 

Home Builders Mfg. Co 

.Jones-Stone Printing Co 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Seaboard Feed and Produce Co 

J. P. Taylor Co 

Union Feed and Fertilizer Co 

Vance Iron Works. 

Watkins' Flue Shop. 

W. H. Finch 

C. B. Jones Saw Mill, No. 2 

Eagle Rock Mfg. Co. 

C. M. Martin Saw Mill 

Holly Springs Land and Imp. Co.-- 

W. L. Price Mfg. Co 

Johnson Saw and Planing Mill 

Clements Lumber Millf 

H. H. Sessoms 

Baker-Thompson Co 

Bre tsch's Bakery 

Campbell-Warner} 

Caraleigh Phosphate and Fert. Wks. 

Capudine Chemical Co 

Carolina Ice Co 

Carolina Washboard Co 

Cherokee Brick Co 

Commercial Printing Co 

Cooper Monument Co 

Edwards <& Broughton Ptg. Co 

Ellington Lumber Co._. 

Eureka Mattress Co 

John W. Evans' Son 

Mitchell Printing Co 

Model Steam Laundry 

Mutual Publishing Co _ 

Oak City Laundry 

Oldham & Worth. _-. 

Powell & Powell 

Raleigh Coca-Cola Bottling Co ! 

International Vegetable Oil Co 

Raleigh Granite Co.._ 



President 



N. W. Tharp, Owner-. 



J. C. 
A. B. 
S. L. 
J. A. 
W. M 
R. J 
W. B. 
R. J. 
S. W. 
R. J. 
C. H. 
J. H. 
P. T. 



Winchester, Ow'r 

Clark 

Rogers, Mgr 

Bennett, Owner. 

. Perry 

Corbitt 

Waddell.. 

Corbitt 

Huff 

Corbitt 

Turner 

Goodrich .. 

Jones 



C. V. Singleton 

J. P. Taylor- 

W. O. Thompson 

C. A. Woodleaf 

William T. Watkins... 

W. H. Finch, Prop 

Cary B. Jones, Owner. 
G. M. Martin, Supt.... 

C. M. Martin, Owner.. 

G. B. Alford... 

M. H. Collin 

K. B. Johnson, Owner 
E. W. Clement, Owner 
H. H. Sessoms, Prop.. 

B. W. Baker 

Albert Bretsch. 

R. H. Warner 

J. R. Chamberlain 

Henry T. Hicks 

Charles E. Johnson 

Z. Fonville 

E. C. Hillyer 

J. W. Weaver 

W. A. Cooper 

Charles Lee Smith 

D. D. Ellington, Ow'r 
D. J. O'Keefe, Prop. . 
John E. Evans, Owner 

C. E. Mitchell, Prop. . 

J. R. Goiter 

Carey J. Hunter 

N. A. Dunn 

G. A. Oldham 

T. C.Powell 

J. B. Harrison 

W. W. Banks 

Robert G. Lassiter 



*Office in .\nson County. 



tTemporarily suspended. 



{Partnership. 



Miscellaneous Factories 



169 



Continued 



Canning outfits. 
Lumber- 
Lumber. 
N. Baker _l Roofers and pine sizes 

' Rough and dressed lumber. 

Saw and gin plant. 

J. L. Chaney Lumber, corn meal, cotton ginning. 

E. F. Shaw Buggies- 

W. A. Hunt , Buggies, etc.. 

I Buggies. 

T. T. Ellis I Cotton gin. 

R. J. Jones I Horse-drawn vehicles 

J. C. Skinner ' loe. 

R. B. Crowder Planing mill work. 

M. H. Stone : General job printing. 

S. J. Lane, Mgr j Pepsi-Cola. 

F. B. Robards i Corn meal, molasses and poultry feed. 

J.I. Miller.... 
C. O. Phillips. 
E. T. Vickers.. 
W. E. Moss.— 




Leaf tobacco dealers 

Cotton-seed products 

Garage 

Tobacco flues. 

Lumber and stover 

Lumber 

Di essed lumber. 

Lumber 

W. H. Collins i Lumber 

W. L. Price ', Tob. flues, wagon log-carts and general machinery. 

I Lumber and laths, 

' Lumber 

Lumber 

J. B. Mann Mill work and lumber. 

Mrs. Charles Bretsch Bread, cakes and pie: 

Paul Campbell! Monuments and building stone 

J. J. Summerell Fertilizers and sulphuric acid 

E. W. Yates Proprietary medicine 

A. A. Thompson i Ice... 

Randolph Jordan • Washboan 

C. A. Johnson i Brick 

Murray Allen ' Printing, binding, ruling 

George W. Cooper ' Monuments and building stone 

C. L. Haynes Printers, steel die and copper plate engr., book mfg.. 

Lumber 

Mattresses and pillows 

Buggies, wagons and geneial repair work 

Miss Willie Cutts i Commercial printing and blank book mfg 

1 Laundry work 

J. S. Farmer Newspaper and job piinting 

Laundry 

H. V. Worth i Dressed lumber of various sizes 

R. H. Merritt ' Ice 

D. T. Poindexter j Soft drinks, coca-cola 

T. E. Allen 1 Cotton-seed products, peanut products, etc. 

Wm. C. Malborne ! Crushed stone 



170 



ISToRTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 




Factory 



President 



1433 
1431 
1435 
1436 
1437 
1438 
1439 
1440 
1441 
1442 
1443 
1444 
1445 
1446 
1447 
1448 
1449 
1450 
1451 
1452 
1453 
1454 
1455 
1456 
1457 
1458 
1459 
1460 
1461 
1462 
1463 
1464 
1465 
1466 
1467 
1468 
1469 
1470 
1471 
1472 
1473 
1474 
1475 
1476 
1477 
1478 
1479 
1480 
1481 
1482 
1483 
1484 
1485 



.do._ do 

' do do 

Watauga ' Amantha 

do j Blowing Rock. 

do I Boone 

L— do ' Shull's Mills—. 

! do .J do... 

do Triplett 

Wayne I Fremont 

do I Goldsboro 



....do 

..-do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do. 

....do 

...-do 



..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 

..do 



Raleigh Iron Works Co 

Raleigh Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co 

Raleigh Roofing and Cornice Co... 

A. D. Royster & Bro 

Sanitary Steam Laundry.. 

W. T. Terry.. 

Union Seed and Fertilizer Co 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co 

White Ice Cream Co 

Pace Saw Mill 

Dunn Plow Co 

Union Gin and Warehouse Co 

Smiley Cure Co 

Stott's Saw Mill , 

J. K. Barrow 

Aycock Bros.' Saw Mill 

King Lumber Mill 

T. P. Shearne , 

Greenleaf -Johnson Lumber Co 

MyrickMill 

Wilker's Mill 

I. A. Coleman _ 

Warrenton Eleo. Light and Ice Co.. 

Pridgen Mfg. Co 

Winbrow, Ward & Co 

Hicks' Saw Mill 

Phelps' Mill 

Sawyer's Shop 

Hassell Bros 

Plymouth Brick Co 

Satterthwaite Mill and Cotton Gin. 

Wilts Veneei Co 

Bingham Roller Mills 

J. Hampton Mills 

Boone Planing Mill 

Boone Fork Lumber Co 

Townsend Saw Mill 

SiTnmons' Saw Mil].. 

Fremont Oil Mill Co 

Barnes-Howell Co 

Borden Brick and Tile Co 

Bromalgine Co 

Casey Gin and Milling Co 

Dewey Bros 

Edgerton Salt Brick Co 

Empire Mfg. Co 

Goldsboro Ice Co 

Griffin Mlg. Co 

New Hope Ginning and Mill. Co... 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. 

Utility Mfg. Co 

Wayne Agricultural Works 

Wayne Red Brick Co 



Wm. T. Harding, Mgr. 

N. F. Turner 

J. E. Stevick 

V. C. Royster, Prop. . 

H. C. Howell 

W. T. Terry, Owner... 

W. O. Thompson 

S. T. Morgan 

L. N. White 

P. P. Pace, Owner 

W. B. Dunn, Sr 

L. G. Daniel 

S. V. Smiley, Mgr 

C. R. Stott, Owner.... 
J. K. Barrow, Owner. 
F. H. Aycock, Mgr. . 

S. D. King, Owner 

T. P. Stearne, Owner. 

J. T. Deal 

J. T. Myrick, Owner.. 
Leonard Wilker, Ow'r. 
I. A. Coleman, Owner. 

W. G. Rogers 

M. P. Burwell... 

V. F. Ward, Owner ... 

L. E. Hicks, Owner 

W. T. Phelps 

Quincy Sawyer, Owner 
E. C. Hassell, Prop.... 

L. W. Norman 

T. L. Satterthwaite... 
Clarence Millhiser 

E. F. Bingham, JIgr.. 
J. Hampton, Owner... 

J. M. Montz, Mgr 

W. S. Whiting 

M. L. Townsend. Mgr. 
C. T. Simmons, Mgr.. 

J. T. Hooks... 

W. L. Rawlings, Prop. 

F. K. Borden, Jr 

W. E. Bo den 

Ben Casey 

Charles Dewey 

G. Edgerton 

A. H. Edgerton 

H. Weil 

J. L. Borden 

Benjamin Casey, Jr... 

Dr. G. R. Benton 

J. L. Borden 

Charles Dewey 

G. A. Norwood 



Miscellaneous Factories 



171 



Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



Articles Manufactured 



Capital 
Stock 



No. 



1433 
1434 
1435 
1436 
1437 
1438 
1439 
1440 
1441 
1442 
1443 
1444 
1445 
1446 
1447 
1448 
1449 
1450 
1451 
1452 
1453 
1454 
1455 
1456 
1457 
1458 
1459 
1460 
1461 
1462 
1463 
1464 
1465 
1466 
1467 
1468 
1469 
1470 
1471 
1472 
1473 
1474 
1475 
1476 
1477 
1478 
1479 
1480 
1481 
1482 
1483 
1484 
1485 



W. J. Richardson. 
Mamie Alderson... 



R. H. Merritt- 



C. O. Philliips... 
S. W. Travers... 
G. L. H. While. 



W. B. Dunn, Jr. 
W. L. Ray 



J. C. Johnson. 



J. M. King, Treas. 
R. F. Watson 



G. B. Ward 

W. B. Simmons. 



Foundry and machine job work and projectile mfg.. 

Pepsi-cola and ginger ale 

Skylight cornice, ventilators, gutter pipe 

Candy.. 

Laundry work 

Rubber stamps , 

Cotton-seed products 

Common fertilizer 

Ice cream 

Pine lumber 

Plows and castings 

Corn meal, cotton ginning 

Smiley's remedies. 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Rough lumber 

Pine lumber 

Pine lumber 

Saw mill logs 

Roofers and plain dressing.. 

Lumber and gin cotton 

Lumber 

Ice 

Box shooks and crate shooks 

Lumber 

Lumber _ 

Corn meal, lumber, ginning 

Brier hooks, carts and general repairs 

Bread, cakes and pies 

Building brick 

Pine and gum lumber 

Box shooks and lumber 

Flour, meal and feed 

Rough lumber and shingles 



1902 
1906 
1910 
1865 
1914 
1903 
1890 
1895 
1911 
1912 
1910 
1914 
1888 
1907 
1910 
1908 
1903 
1912 
1889 
1915 



7,000 
7,200 
5,000 
7,500 
3,100 



8,540,475 



C. B. Fritz. 



J. B. Lane. 



F. B. Daniels 

C. B. Miller. 

A. A. Miller 

T. A. Dewey 

R. O. Edgerton... 

H. Weil 

Leslie Weil. 

A. T. Griffin. 

A. L. Casey 

E. V. Benton 

M. L. Lee 

J. A. Daughtery. 
T. H. Holmes.... 



Lumber, acid wood, ties, railroad timbers. 

Lumber 

Lumber 

Fertilizer, cotton-seed oil and meal. 

Soft drinks 

Building brick and farm drain tile 

Bromalgine 

Gin cotton and lumber 

Grey iron castings, locomotives, saw mills. 

Salt brick. 

Lumber, 3-ply veaeer boxes, panels 

Ice 

Building material 

Gin cotton and lumber 

Bottled pepsi-cola and soda waters 

Veneer cases and panels 

Farming implements 

Common brick 



1911 
1914 
1916 
1910 
1912 
1896 
1914 
1914 
1914 
1902 
1902 
1913 
1914 
1912 
1916 



1911 



1914 
1911 
1913 
1906 
1908 
1916 
1910 
1888 
1905 
1916 
1917 
1908 
1888 
1913 



15,000 



6,850 

50,000 

1,000 

8,000 



3,000 



187,500 
1,800 



6,500 
60,000 



5,000 

1,000 

200 

300 

1,000 

5,000 

211,250 

3,500 

600 



1,000 
75,000 
10,000 
50,000 
25,000 



40,000 
10,100 
121,000 
33,600 
50,000 
750 
10,000 
45,000 
24,000 
20,000 



172 



North Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1- 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


148fi 


Wayne 

-..do 

Wilkes.. 

....do 

....do 

....do 

....do 

— -do 

do.-. 

..-.do 

....do 

....do........ 

....do 

....do 

.-.do 

---do 

-..do 

....do 

....do._.---- 

-.--do -_ 

— — do 

— do-. - 

—do 

do 

-.-.do 

-.-.do 

-...do. - 

— .do 

--.do 

-..do 

do.. 


Mount Olive 

Boomer 


Coca-Cola Bottling Co 


G. H. Hutaff 


1487 


Enterprise Lumber Co --. .. 


Nathan O'Berry 


1488 


Livingston Mills 




1489 
1490 


Buck 


A. P. Minton _ 

Adams' Saw Mill 

Set zer Bros 

D. A. Holleman.- 

Triplett Saw Mill 


A. P. Minton, Owner-. 


1491 
1492 
1493 


— .do 

Lovelace 

Marleys Ford 

Moravian Falls 

New Castle 

N. Wilkesboro 

..-.do 

....do 

do 

..-.do 

-..-do 

----do 

---.do 

--do 

----do 


J. P. Sctzer 

D. A. Holleman, Ow'r 
B. C. Triplett, Owner- 


1494 
1495 


Moravian Falls Milling and Pr. Co.. 
Mitchell Roller Mills 


S. S. Coachman. 

S. A. Mitchell, Mgr.... 


1496 


Brame Drug Co 

Gordon Brick Co 

Lineberry Foundry and Mach. Co- 
W. C. Meadows Mill Co 


R. M. Brame.. - 


1497 
1498 
1499 


S. V. Tomlinson, Ow'r 
C. F. Lineberry, Mgr.. 
J. D. Moore 


1500 


New Williams Mill 




1501 
1502 


N. Wilkesboro Roller Mills 

Red Top Bottling Co 


A. 0. Bray, Mgr 

T. S. McNeil 


1503 


Reins Brothers 


J. C. Reins, Mgr.-- --. 


1504 


Eli Sebastian 


Eli Sebastian, Mgr 


1505 


C. C. Smoot & Sons Co. 


William B. Smoot 


1506 
1507 


The Forester Canning Co 

The Wilkes Journal 


F. C. Forester, Owner. 
D. J. Carter, Owner 


1508 


.--do - - 


Turner-White Coffin Co. 


F. G. Holman 


1509 


-- do -- 


Wilkesboro Mfg. Co 

W. C. Meadows Mill Mfg. Co 

Whittington Mill 


J. G. Hackett 


1510 
1511 


Poors Knob 

Reddies River 

Roaring River 

--..do 


F. C. Forester 

J. L. \Vhittington,Mgr. 


1512 
1513 


J. L. Eller 

Blue Ridge Mill Co 

C. H. Greenwood Roller Mills 

Mathis Bros. Saw Mill-. 

W. J. Palmer 

Bridal Veil Canning Co 

Burcham Milling Co 

Church Lumber Co 

Ronda Coop and Egg-case Co 

Sparks' Saw Mill 

Vanhoy Mill 

Williams Mill Mfg. Co 

Yadkin Valley Mill and Lbr. Co 

Kennedy Pottery Works 

J. O. Brewer 


J. L. Eller, Owner 


1514 
1515 


---do 

.--do 


C. H. Greenwood, Owr. 
I. T. Mathis, Mgr. 


1516 


- do - - 


W. J. Palmer 


151/ 


....dp 


Ronda 


W. E. Parlier, Mgr. 


1518 


...-do 

—do 

....do 

....do 

do 

...-do 

— do 

_.--do 

.-..do 


do 


M. G. Burcham, Mgr.. 


1519 


---do 




1520 


— .do 




1521 


_---do 


W. M. Sparks 


1522 


--do—.:. 


J. A. Vanhoy, Mgr 


1523 


---do 


A. V. Foote 


1524 


.- do— 


R. L. Hickerson .... 


1525 
1526 


Wilkesboro 

Zebra 

Wilson- 


B. J. Kennedy, Owner 
J. 0. Brewer, Owner.. 


1527 


Wilson 

-..do.. 

---do 

---do 

----do 

—.do 

....do... 

....do 

-..do 

-...do 

-...do 

....do 


Barrett's Printing House 

Contentnea Guano Co | 

Carolina Laundry 


J. E. Barrett, Owner.. 


1528 
1529 


---do 

--- do - 


P. L. Woodard 

A. Bishop 


1530 


- - do* 


Colonial Pine Co. 


Thornton Jeffress 


1531 


-—do 

do 


Farmers Cotton Oil Co 


J. R. Chamberlain 


1532 


P. D. Gold Publishing Co 

Hackney Brothers i 

Hackney Wagon Co ' 

Hargrove Chemical Co 

W. W. Simms Co -- 

Southern Cotton Oil Co 

Stantonsburg Lumber Co 


P. D. Gold 


1533 


do 


Hackney Bros., Part.. 


1534 


---do 


W. D. Hacknev 


1535 
1536 


---do 

---do 


W. P. Anderson 

R. G. Briggs 


1537 


---do 


S. T. Morgan...- 


1538 


----do 


H. A. Houston 



*Mills at Wendell and Louisburg. 



Miscellaneous Factobles 



173 



Continued 




W. J. Hutaff j Soft drinks. 

F. B. Short. Lumber ' 1887 

, Corn, wheat and rye 1889 

Lumber and crossties 1907 

! Lumber [ 1914 

John Setzer ' Lumber , 1906 

Rough lumber | 1914 

j Rough lumber i 1912 

J. T. Humphries I Flour, meal and handles 1 1914 

j Wheat and corn ' 1908 

W. P. Kelly ; Proprietary medicines, flavoring extracts, etc 1907 

Common brick ; 1912 

' Flour mill and corn mill casting : 1916 

J. E. Caudill '' Flour, meal, feed ! 1908 ; 

E. G. Finley ' Stone burr mills 1 1913 \ 

Flour, meal and feed.. , 1902 

C. O. McNeil Soft drinks i 1909 

Tombstones and monuments ! 1895 

Rough lumber | 1912 

T. C. Perry : Sole leather ! 1897 

Canned fruits and vegetables 1906 

Newspaper and job printing 

W. B. Carlton CoiSns, caskets, undertakers supplies ' 1903 

Art Ahur. Finley General line of building material 1889 

R. C Meari'-ws Gristmills 1918 

Diessed lumber 1913 

Lumber 1912 

C. H. Greenwood Portable corn mills. 1918 

Flour, meal and chops 

Rough lumber ; 1904 

S. N. Joins Grist mills. I 1918 

. Handling canned fruits and vegetables 1 1907 

Wheat flour, corn meal and feed ' 1900 

W. H. Church, Mgr Box shooks 

Rod chicken and turkey coops , etc 1896 

A. E. Sparks Oak, pine and hickory lumber 1911 

Lumber and corn meal 1813 

1910 
1913 
1896 



2,000 

163,200 

1,000 

1,200 

800 

4,000 

3,000 

3,000 

26,000 

3,000 

27,500 

4,000 

3,000 

12,000 

12,000 

25,000 

5,000 

300 

3,000 

112,000 



29,300 
19,700 
15,000 

2,400 
125,000 



2,000 
20,000 
10,000 

2,000 



C. J. Gates Grist mills 

W. H. Church Corn mills and crating. 

Stone ware 

Lumber 

Job printing.. 1 1897 

Graham Woodard Acid phosphate and fertilizer I 1906 

A. E. Bishop Laundering | 1909 

V. W. Stewart ' Lumber 

John L. Day Cotton-seed products, fertilizers and feedstuff 1902 

J. D. Gold Newspaper printing 1867 

Buggies and light carriages 1854 

W. A. Hackney j Wagons : 1902 

W. S. Harriss ! Iodoform vapor. 



300 

800 

3,000 

16,100 

10,000 

500 

700 



14,000 

10,000 

25,000 

9,700 

18,400 

100,000 

200, OOC 



W. M. Moss.... 

F. M. Miller... 

G. S. WiUiams 



Lumber, sash, doors, blinds 1899 49,000 

Oil, meal, lint, fertilizer 10,000,000 

Box shooks and building material 1910 30,000 



1486 
1487 
1488 
1489 
1490 
1491 
1492 
1493 
1494 
1495 
1496 
1497 
1498 
1499 
1500 
1501 
1502 
1503 
1504 
1505 
1506 
1507 
1508 
1509 
1510 
1511 
1512 
1513 
1514 
1515 
1516 
1517 
1518 
1519 
1520 
1521 
1522 
1523 
1524 
1525 
1526 
1527 
1528 
1529 
1530 
1531 
1532 
1533 
1524 
1535 
1536 
1537 
1538 



174 



NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Table No. 1— 



No. 


County 


Postoffice 


Factory 


President 


1539 


Wilson 

.--do-.. 

Yadkin 

....do 

....do 

.—do.. 

....do 

—.do... 

....do 

...-do 

....do 

....do 

....do 


Wilson... 




T. M. Washington 


1540 
1541 


Boonville 

.—do 

Buck Shoals 

....do 

Cycle 

East Bend 

yZdlzzv.'".'.'.'. 

....do 

do 


Wilson Marble and Tile Co. 


E. L. Cobb, Prop 

D. S. Craver, Mgr. 


1542 
1543 
1544 
1545 
154fi 


T. C. Cummings Saw Mill 

Buck Shoals Roller Mills 

White's Chicken Coop Factory 

Longtom Roller Mill 

East Bend Roller Mill 


T. C. Cummings, Mgr. 

G. T. White, Prop 

G. T. White, Prop 

W. Kelly, Part 

E. C. Wilhelm, Prop... 


1547 


Morse & Wade 


1548 


Rockett & Hutchens 




1549 


Saylor Saw Mill ... .. 


A. W. Saylor, Mgr. 


1550 






1551 


Brown-Grier Iron Work 

Shoals Roller Mill 




155^ 


..-do.. 


Shoals 


Ed. M. Martin, Part... 


1553 


-.-do.... 


Yadkin ville. 

do. 




1554 


....do.. 






1555 


....do-. 


do.... 


Yadkinville Buggy Co 


W. G. Wooten 


1556 


Yancey 

.-.do.. 

...-do 

QO 


Bandana . 


Intermont China Clay Co. . 


F. Fuller 


1557 


Boonford.. 


J. B. Ewing -. . . . 




1558 


Burnsville Milling Co. . .-- 


W. M. English, Mgr. 


1559 


....do 


H. C. Smith 

Brown Bros. Lumber Co .._ 

Glass Brick Co 

The Kona Mineral Co 

Dale Saw Mill 

Edward Blake 

T. S. Boone 

Carolina Spruce Co 

J. R. Penland.. 

Robert Stamey 


H. C. Smith, Owner-. 


InfiO 


....do.. 


Eskota 

Kona 

Lundy 

Micaville... 


W. E. Brown. 


15fi1 


....do 


C. B. Lawton. 


15fi? 


do- 


F. A. Spees 


1563 
1564 


..-do 

..-.do. 

....do 

....do 

do... 


A. N. Dale, Mgr.. 

Edward Blake, Mpr. 


1565 
1566 
1567 


Pensacola 

- — do 

Vixen 

Windom 


T. S. Boone, Mgr 

C. D. Aldrich 

J. R. Penland 


1568 


....do 


W. H. Stamey, Supt... 









Miscellaneous Factories 



175 



■Continued 



Secretary or Treasurer 



W. J. Boykin. 



W. J. Brown. 



W. L. Mackie.. 
R. W. Laws on. 



G. C. Brown 

P. B. Stanberry. 
Tiffin Gilmore.__ 



C. A. Oberlin- 



Articles Manufactured 



Ice _■ 

Tombstones 

Handles and finisfied lumber 

Rough lumber and ties 

Flour, meal and lumber 

Chicken coops 

Flour, meal, chops 

Flour, meal and feed 

Smoking tobacco 

Lumber, wheat and corn pioducts- 

Rough lumber 

Buggies and wagons 

Saw mills, general machine shop,.. 

Flour, meal and feed 

Flour and meal 

Flour and meal 

Lumber and building material 

Kaolin 

Mica 



h o d 
5S« 



Capital 
Stock 



Feldspar 

Lumber 

Feldspar 

Crude Feldspar and Mica. 

Lumber 

Mica and Feldspar 

Corn meal 

Lumber 

Mica 

Lumber 



1911 
1906 
1908 
1911 
1900 I 

1914 ; 

1912 I 
1915 ' 
1894 



$ 40,000 
600 



1886 
1914 
1910 



1823 
1912 
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New Bern Brick Co 

New Bern Cot. Oil and Pert. Mill 

New Bern Ice Co 

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CHAPTER VIII 



NEWSPAPEES AND PERIODICALS 

The last biennial period has witnessed nunierons changes in the 
ownership and management of the State's newspapers and periodicals. 
ISTo less than forty small weeklies have suspended publication since 
the country went to war and other classes of publications have been 
similarly affected. A number of consolidations are reported and 
there is a tendency towards fewer and better papers. 

The number of establishments reporting is 280. Only the after- 
noon dailies show an increase in number and circulation over the 
last report. The circulation of the morning dailies is advanced 
from 79,273, in 1916, to 93,721 this year. The total circulation of 
all publications two years ago was 1,460,745; for 1918, 1,121,627, 
a decrease of 339,018. This condition is accounted for by re- 
strictions placed upon newspapers by the War Industries Board 
and the enormous advance in the price of print paper. 

The value of plants reported by 192 establishments is $1,841,424. 
A considerable number of publications own no equipment and are 
printed by contract. Two hundred and seven papers report the 
employment of 1,383 persons in various departments. Two hundred 
and thirteen of these estimate an aggregate yearly pay-roll of $1,- 
596,121. Highest average daily wage of establishments reporting, 
$3.90; lowest average $1.53. Average number of hours constituting 
a day's work, eight and 52 minutes. 

Electricity, gas, and gasoline predominate as motive power, but 
the use of small motors, or engines, only are required, and the aggre- 
gate number of horsepower in operation is comparatively small. 

In the tables following will be found a list of all the publications 
reporting, the names of editors and proprietors, postoffice address, 
day of publication, year of establishment, class of publication, and 
circulation of each. The summary preceding these shows the number 
and class of publications, together with the combined circulation of 
each class. 



SUM^IARY FOR 1918 



How Issued 




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93,721 

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467,600 

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CHAPTER IX 



EAILROADS AND EMPLOYEES 

The five larger railroads operating in the State report number of 
employees* for the entire system this year, instead of for that part of 
the road operating in ISTorth Carolina, which makes it impracticable 
to show operatives by localities. 

On the following page will be found the number of each class of 
employees, the figures being for the combined five roads, together with 
the total compensation. The railroads operating entirely within the 
State do not report wages. 

*From reports made to the North Carolina Corporation Commission. 



302 



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RAILROAD EMPLOYEES 



1 Ceneral officers, S3. 000 per annum and upwards 

2 CJeneral officers, below S3, 000 per annum 

3 Division officers, ?3,000 per annum and upwards 

4 Division officers, below 53,000 per annum 

5 Clerks, ?900 per annum ami upwards (except No. 37) 

6 Clerks below ?900 per annum (except No. 37) 

7 Messengers and attendants 

8 Assistant engineers and draftsmen. 



9 M. W. and .S. foremen (excluding Nos. 10 and 28) 
10 Section foremen. 



11 General foremen— M. E. Department l.\\\.\\[V 

12 Oang and other foremen — M. E. Department ...l.[[[WV 

13 Machinists 

14 Boilermakers l/.-[-\.\\\l\l\[""i 

15 Blacksmiths .--".-.I.'."'''"'!""""' 

16 Masons and bricklayers ..\.\. [.[["[[[[[ 

17 Structural ironworkers '..'.'.'..".".' 

18 Carpenters ..".'. 

19 Painters and upholsterers '..'..'..'.'.'. 

20 Electricians "."' 

21 Air-brakemen _ -..[.[. I. [.[[[[[[Ill 

22 Car inspectors 

23 Car repairers '['[' 

24 Other skilled laborers ".I".'"" 

25 Mechanics' helpers and apprentices 

26 Section men [ 

27 Other unskilled laborers [.[[[ 

28 Foremen of construction gangs and work trains 

29 Other men in constrviction gangs and work trains 

30 Traveling agents and solicitors 

31 Employees in outside agencies 

32 Other traffic employees 

33 Train dispatchers and directors 

34 Telegraphers, telcphoners, and block operators 

35 Telegraphers, telcphoners, operating interlockers 

36 Levermcn (nontelegraphers) 

37 Telegrapher-clerks 

38 Agent teletrraphers 

39 Station agents (nontelegraphers) 

40 Station masters and assistants 

41 Station service employees (except Nos. 5, 6, 37, 38, 39, 40, and 66). 

42 Yardmasters .- 

43 Yardmasters' assistants (not yard clerks) 

44 Yard engineers and motormen 

45 Yard firemen and helpers.. 

46 Yard conductors 

47 Yard brakemen (switchmen or helpers)... 

48 Yard switch-tenders 

49 Other yard employees 

60 Hostlers 

51 Enginehouse-men 

52 Road freight engineers and motormen 

53 Road freight firemen and helpers 

54 Road freight conductors 

65 Road freight brakemen and fiagmen 

66 Road passenger engineers and motormen 

57 Road passenger riremen and helpers 

68 Road passenger conductors 

59 Road passenger baggagemen 

60 Road passenger brakemen and flagmen 

61 Other road train employees 

62 Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

63 Drawbridge operators 

64 Floating equipment employees... 

65 Policemen and watchmen 

66 Other transportation employees 

67 All other employees . 



Average 
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Totals. 



Total 

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Year 



277 


S 1,815,994.84 


182 


316,507.43 


98 


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489 


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420 


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2,601 


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166 


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APPENDIX 



It is the purpose, in this division of this report, to furnish such in- 
formation, relative to the general subjects treated in former chapters, 
as seems to be desirable, which are yet of such diverse nature as to be 
impracticable of handling under those heads. The reception accorded 
this addition to the report has justified its continuation. 



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LABOR LAWS OF NORTH CAROLINA 



tThe text below is from the act of 1907, chapter 463, and the act of 1915, chai)ter 1-18, 
and is given in the form of the present provisions, eliminating the amendatory clauses.] 

An Act to Regulate and Restrict Child Labor in Manufactiring Estab- 
lishments AND TO Regulate the Hours of Labor 

The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact: 

Section 1. That no child under twelve years of age shall he employed or 
work in any factory or manufacturing establishment within this State: 
Provided further, that after one thousand nine hundred and seven no child 
between the ages of twelve and thirteen years of age shall be employed or 
work in a factory except in apprenticeship capacity, and only then after 
having attended school four months in the preceding twelve months. 

Sec. 2. That sixty hours shall constitute a week's work in all factories and 
manufacturing establishments of the State, and that no minor nor woman 
shall be worked in such factory or establishment a longer period than sixty 
hours in one week, and no adult male shall be worked in such factory or 
establishment for a longer period than sixty hours in one week unless there 
shall be a written contract entered into between said adult male and his 
employer to that effect, in which the employer shall agree to pay said adult 
male extra compensation for extra hours he may work. That no employee 
in any factory or manufacturer's establishment in this State shall be worked 
exceeding eleven hours in any one day: Provided, this section shall not apply 
to engineers, firemen, superintendents, overseers, section and yard hands, 
office men, watchmen, or repairers of breakdowns. 

Sec. 3. All parents or persons standing in the relation of parent upon hir- 
ing their children to any factory or manufacturing establishment, shall fur- 
nish such establishment a written statement of the age of such child or 
children being so hired, and certificates as to school attendance; and any 
parent or person standing in the relation of parent to such child or children 
who shall in such written statement misstate the age of such child or chil- 
dren being so employed, or their school attendance, shall be guilty of a mis- 
demeanor, and upon conviction shall be punished in the discretion of the 
court. Any mill owner, superintendent, boss, or manufacturing establishment 
who shall knowingly or Avilfully violate the provisions of this act shall be 
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be punished in the dis- 
cretion of the court: Provided, that for a second conviction under this act 
within twelve months the fine shall not be less than five hundred dollars 
or the imprisonment not less than ninety days. 

Sec. 4. That all laws and clauses of laws in conflict with this act are 
hereby repealed. 

Sec. 5. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 

Ratified this the Sth day of March, 1915. 



Labor Laws of North Carolina 317 



[Chapter 64, Public Laws of 1913.] 
An Act to Regulate and Restrict Labor in Manufacturing Establishments 

The Gineral Assembly of North Carolina do enact: 

Section 1. That no child under twelve years of age shall he employed or 
work in any factory or manufacturing establishment within this State: Pro- 
vided, that no child between the ages of twelve and thirteen years shall be 
employed or work in a factory except in apprenticeship capacity, and only 
then after having attended school four months in the preceding twelve 

months. 

Sec. 2. That no person under sixteen years of age shall he employed or per- 
mitted to work in any mill, factory, or manufacturing establishment in this 
State between the hours of nine p. m. and six a. m. 

Sec. 3. That no child under sixteen years of age shall be employed or 
permitted to work at night, nor shall any child under the age of thirteen 
years be employed on day work in any mill, factory, or manufacturing plant 
in this State, unless the person, firm, or corporation employing such child 
or permitting such child to work shall have procured and shall keep on file 
and accessible to any inspector of factories or other authorized officer charged 
with the enforcement of this act a certificate from the parent, guardian, or 
person standing in loco parentis to any such child, which certificate shall 
show the name and age of such child; and in case such child is under thirteen 
and more than twelve years of age, said certificate must set forth the fact 
that such child has attended school four months in the preceding twelve 

months. 

Sec. 4. That any person, firm, or corporation, agent or manager of any firm 
or corporation, who wilfully, whether for himself or for such firm or cor- 
poration, employs or permits to work any child in violation of any of the 
provisions of this act, and whoever, having under his control as parent, 
guardian, or otherwise, shall wilfully set forth any false statement in the 
certificate of employment herein required, or otherwise suffers such children 
to be employed or to work, in violation of any of the provisions of this act. 
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. 

Sec. 5. That it shall be the duty of the county superintendent of public 
schools to investigate any violation of this act, and to report the same to the 
solicitor of the judicial district in which said violation occurred, together 
with the names of all witnesses. 

Sec. 6. That all laws and clauses of laws in conflict with this act are 
hereby repealed. 

Sec. 7. That this act shall be in force from and after the first day of Janu- 
ary, one thousand nine hundred and fourteen. 

In the General Assembly read three times and ratified this the 6th day of 
March. 1913. 



CLASSIFICATION OF INDUSTRIES. 



AGEiCUiiTUEAii Implements. See Founders and Machinists. 

AiE Brakes. 

Wright Safety Air Brake Co., Greensboro. Safety appliances. 

Army Supplies. 

Army Supply Co., Salisbury. Army supplies. 

Automobiles. 

Carolina Motor Co., Salisbury. Automobiles and truck business. 

Bags and Bagging. 

Charlotte Bagging Co., Charlotte. Bagging and ties. 

Bakeries. 

Bretsch's Bakery, Raleigh. Bread, cakes and pies. 

Carolina Baking Co., Charlotte. Bread, rolls, cakes. 

Clegg's Northside Steam Bakery, Greensboro. Bakery products. 

Collins, M. J., Reidsville. Bread, cakes and pies. 

Concord Steam Bakery, Concord. Bakery products. 

Davis Bakery, James City. Bakery products. 

Durham Bakery, Durham. Bread, cakes, pies, etc. 

Fasnachts' Bakery, Charlotte. Bread, cakes and candies. 

Granite Bakery Co., Mount Airy. Bakery products. 

Hassell, L. C. M., Plymouth. Bakery products. 

Herbert's Bakery, Kinston. Bakery products. 

Home Steam Bakery, Statesville. Bread, cakes and i)ies. 

Kafer's Bakery, New Bern. Bread, cakes, pies, etc. 

McNeill Bakery, Fayetteville. Bakery products. 

Peoples Bakery, Laurinburg. Bread, cakes, candies, etc. 

Phillips Bakery, Brevard. Bakery products. 

Rocky Mount Steam Bakery, Rocky Mount. Bread, cakes, pies, etc. 

Royal Baking Co., Wilmington. Bread, rolls, cakes, pies, ice cream. 

Salisbury Bakery, Salisbury. Bread, pies, and cakes. 

Swink, T. L., Spencer. Bread, cakes and pies. 

Barrels. See Coopers. 

Baskets. 

Ahoskie Basket Mfg. Co., Ahoskie. Truck baskets. 

Brown, W. J. and C, George. Truck baskets. 

Sheppard Veneer Co., Winston-Salem. Veneer baskets and banana carriers. 

Southern Roller Stave and Hdg. Co., Elizabeth City. Baskets. 

Beds and Bedding. 

Mebane Bedding Co., Mebane. Spring beds, cots, mattresses. 

Belting. 

Charlotte Leather Belting Co., Charlotte. Leather belting, sundries. 
Junaluska Leather Co., Hazelwood. Belting butts, sole leather. 

Bent Wood. 

Coleridge Mfg. Co., Coleridge. Bending stock. 

High Point Bending and Chair Co., Siler City. Bent wood chair stock. 



320 ■ jSTokth Carolina Labor Statistics 



Boats and Repairs. 

Elizabeth City Ship Yard Co., Elizabeth City. Boats. 

Hayman Shipbuilding Co., Elizabeth City. Boat and ship rciiairs and building. 

North Carolina Ship Building Co., Morehead City. Ships. 

Willis Marine Railway, Morehead City. Small vessels, repairing. 

Wilmington Marine Railway, Wilmington. Repairing boats and ships. 

Wilmington Wood Ship Construction Co., Wilmington. Ships. 

Boilers. See Founders and Machinisl.i. 

Bottlers. 

Asheville Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Asheville. Soft drinks. 

Asheville Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Asheville. Coca-cola, soda waters. 

Barnes-Howell Grocery Co., Goldsboro. Coca-cola and other soft drinks. 

Bludwine Bottling Co., Gastonia. Soft drinks. 

Boon Bottling Works. Fayetteville. Bottling soft drinks. 

Burke Bottling Co., Morganton. Soft drinks. 

Carolina Beverage Corporation, Salisbury. Beverage syrups. 

Carolina Bottling Co., Concord. Coca-cola and soda water. ~ 

Charlotte Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Charlotte. Coca-cola and soda water. 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Charlotte. Chero-cola, carbonated beverages. 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Greensboro. Soft drinks. 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Greenville. Chero-cola and soda water. 

Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Lowell. Bottled soda-water. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Aberdeen. Soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Burlington. Bottling coca-cola. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Durham. Soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Elizabeth City. Coca-cola and bottled soda-water. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Fayetteville. Soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Gastonia. Coca-cola and other drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Greenville. Soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Laurinburg. Coca-cola and soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Luniberton. Soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Mount Olive. Soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Shelby. Soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Star. Coca-cola and other soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Wadesboro. Coca-cola and soda water. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Washington. Coca-cola, soft drinks. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Wilmington. Soft drinks. 

Columbus Bottling Co., Chadbourn. Soft drinks. 

Crown Carbonating Co., Hamlet. Soft drinks. 

Elkin Bottling Co., Elkin. Soft drinks. 

Franklin Bottling Works, Franklin. Soft drinks. 

Graham Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Graham. Soft drinks. 

Granite Bottling Works, Granite Falls. Bottling coca-cola. 

King Kola Bottling Co., Durham. 

Lexington Bottling Co., Le.xington. Soft drinks. 

Louisburg Bottling Works, Louisburg. Soft drinks. 

Mayodan Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Mayodan. Soft drinks. 

Mint-Cola Bottling Co., Leaksville. Bottled goods and soft drinks. 

Morganton Bottling Works, Morganton. Soft drinks. 

Mount Airy Bottling Works, Mount Airy. Soft drinks. 

Mount Gilead Bottling Works, Mount Gilead. Mint-cola and soda. 

O-xford Bottling Co., O.xford. Soft drinks. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Asheville. Pepsi-cola and soda water. 

Pepsi-Cola Co., Charlotte. Bottled soft drinks. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Dunn. Pepsi-cola and soda waters. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Hickory. Pepsi-cola and soda water. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Elizabeth City. Soft drinks. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Fayetteville. Pepsi-cola and soda water. 



Classification of Industries 321 



BoTTLEES — Continued. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Greensboro. Pepsi-cola, soft drinks. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Goldsboro. Pepsi-cola and soft drinks. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Henderson. Pepsi-cola. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Hickory. Pepsi-cola and soda-water. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Spencer. Soft drinks. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Winston-Salem. Pepsi-cola. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works, Durham. Pepsi-cola and soft drinks. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. Greenville. Soft drinks. 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works. Kinston. Soft drinks. 

Pep-Tona Co., Asheville. Pepsi-cola and soda water. 

Raleigh Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Raleigh. Coca-cola. 

Raleigh Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Raleigh. Soft drinks. 

Red Top Bottling Co., North Wilkesboro. Soft drinks. 

Robeson Soda Water Co., Lumberton. Soft drinks. 

Roxboro Bottling Works, Roxboro. Non-alcoholic bottled drinks. 

Salisbury Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Salisbury. Coca-cola and soft drinks. 

Selma Hayo-Kola Bottling Co., Selma. Soft drinks. 

Spruce Pine Bottling Works, Spruce Pine. Soft drinks. 

Sitterson, S. C, Kinston. Soft drinks and ice cream. 

Statesville Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Statesville. Soft drinks. 

Tarboro Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Tarboro. Beverages. 

Tice, W. C, Winston-Salem. Bottled soda water, ice cream. 

Valaer, C, Bottling Works, Charlotte. Soft drinks. 

Boxes and Box Shooks. 

Acme Tea Chest Co., Wilmington. Box shooks. 

Capel Box Co., Winston-Salem. Boxes and box shooks. 

Carolina Lumber Co., Walnut Cove. Box shooks. 

Church Lumber Co., Ronda. Box shooks. 

Elkin Box Co., Elkin. Box shooks. 

Jeffreys-Meyers Mfg. Co., Oxford. Box shooks. 

Prigden Mfg. Co., Warrenton. Box and crate shooks. 

Shelton, J. E., Box and Lumber Co., Winston-Salem. Tobacco boxes and bldg. mat. 

Southern Box and Lumber Co., Wilmington. Box shooks. 

Statesville Lumber Co., Statesville. Box shooks. 

West Lumber and Box Co., Fayetteville. Box shooks. 

Williams Saw Mill. South Mills. Box shooks. " 

Yadkin Valley Mill and Lumber Co., Ronda. Box shooks. 

Boxes, Paper. 

Carolina Paper Box Co., Winston-Salem. Paper boxes. 

Reidsville Paper Box Co., Reidsville. Paper boxes. 

Tryon Paper Box Co., Tryon. Paper boxes. 

Waldensian Paper Box Co., Valdese. Paper boxes for misses and ladies. 

Brasses. See Founders and Machinists. 

Brick. 

Asheville Brick and Tile Co., Fletcher. Brick and tile. 

Borden Brick and Tile Co., Goldsboro. Brick and tile. 

Bracey Bros., Rowland. Brick. 

Brickton Brick Co., Brickton. Common brick. 

Buffalo Clay Co., Statesville. Brick. 

Caison, F. A., Roseboro. Brick. 

Carolina Brick Co., Kinston. Brick. 

Cheek & Belvin, Durham. Brick. 

Cherokee Brick Co., Raleigh. Brick. 

Clark Brick and Tile Co., Clark. Brick. 

Cunningham Brick Co., Greensboro. Brick. 

Dept. Labor, 1918—21 



322 NoKTH Carolina Labor Statistics 



Beiok — Continued. 

Dail Brick Yard, Greenville. Brick and tile. 

Duckworth Brick Co., Morganton. Brick. 

Elk Mountain Brick Co., Asheville. Brick. 

Eubanks Brick Yard, Clark. Brick. 

Gaston Brick Co., Charlotte. Common brick. 

Goldston Brick Co., Goldston, R. F. C. Brick. 

Gordon Brick Co., North Wilkesboro. Brick. 

Grant, L. M., Scotland Neck. Common brick. 

Harrel, J. T., Burgaw. Brick. 

Hedgecock Brick Co., Walnut Cove. Brick. 

Hickory Brick Co., Hickory. Brick. 

High Brick Works, Whiteville. Brick and tile. 

Hilderbrand, D. S., Brickton. Brick. 

House, J. J. & Co., Aulander. Brick and Lumber. 

Kendrick Brick and Tile Co., Mount Holly. Common brick. 

Liberty Brick Co., Liberty. Brick. ^ 

Linville, B. X. and R. H., Kernersville, R. 4. Brick. 

Madry Brick Plant., Scotland Neck. Brick. 

Mebane Brick Yard, Mebane. Brick. 

Mo-Ho Brick Co., Mount Holly. Common brick. 

Mosley Brick and Shingle Co., Kinston. Brick and lumber. 

Nash Brick Co., Rocky Mount. Common brick. 

New Bern Brick Co., New Bern. Rough brick. 

Nussaman-Kenerly Brick and Lumber Co., Salisbury. Brick and lumber. 

Pamlico Brick and Tile Co., Washington. Brick, tile, etc. 

Plymouth Brick Co., Plymouth. Building brick. 

Poe, E. S., Brick Co., Fayetteville. Common brick. 

Poovey, L. W., Brick Co., Hickory. Common brick. 

Powell Bros., Lenoir. Brick. 

Rich Brick Yard, Asheboro. Brick. 

Riverside Brick Co., Charlotte. Brick. 

Riverside Mfg. Co., Wilmington. Brick. 

Roger Moore Sons Co., Wilmington. Brick. 

Sanders and Beasley, Smithfield. Brick. 

Scotland Neck Brick Co., Scotland Neck. Building brick. 

Statesville Brick Co., Statesville. Brick. 

Tuttle and Bell, Edenton. Brick. 

Vance Brick and Tile Co., Vanceboro. Brick and tile. 

Wayne Red Brick Co., Goldsboro. Brick. 

Weldon Brick and Land Improvement Co., Weldon. Brick. 

Williamson and Nance, Cerro Gordo. Brick. 

Brick, Salt. 

Kdgerton Salt Brick Co., Goldsboro. Salt brick. 

Brooms. 

Groom Broom Co., Greensboro. Brooms. 
Liberty Broom Works, Liberty. Brooms. 
Ramseur Broom Works, Ramseur. Brooms. 

Buggies. See Vehicles. 

Building Mateei.al, Timber, Ties, Etc. 
Adams Saw Mill, Ferguson. Lumber. 

Alamance Lumber Co., Burlington. Window and door frames, mantels, etc 
Alarka Lumber Co., Bryson City. Lumber, bo.x shooks. 
Allen Saw Mill, Advance. Pine Lumber. 
Allen Saw Mill, Four Oaks. Oak, hickory and pine lumber. 
Allen Saw Mill, Polkton. Rough lumber and cross ties. ■» 

Amnions Saw Mill, Cullasaja. Lumber. 
Avery Saw Mill, Dunn. Lumber and timber products. 
Aycock Bros., Elberton. Pine lumber. 



Classification of Industries 323 



BuTLDiNG Material, Timber, Ties, Etc. — Continued. 
Baggett Saw Mill, Salemburg. Pine lumber. 
Bain Saw Mill, Greensboro. Planing mill products. 
Baity's Saw Mill, Cana. Lumber. 
Ball Saw Mill, Turkey. Pine lumber. 

Banner Mfg. Co., Mt. Airy. Oak and pine lumber, childrens cribs. 
Barbee & Helenas, Oakboro. Lumber. 

Barkers, W. W., Trenton. Pine, cypress and oak lumber, rough and finished. 
Barlow & Son, Lenoir, R. 1. Lumber and timber products. 
Barnes, J. I., Clayton. Lumber, sash, doors, blinds, etc. 
Barnes, John T., Ahoskie. Pine lumber. 
Barrington Saw Mills, Griffon. Yellow pine lumber. 
Barrow, J. K., Mill, Zebulon. Oak and pine lumber. 
Bartlett, J. A., Spruce Pine. Rough lumber. 
Beaman Lumber Co., Marion. Lumber. 
Beasley, J. F., Saw Mill, Dunn. Cypress and pine lumber. 
Beck Saw Mill, Linwood. Lumber and timber products. 
Bennett, J. A., "Wingate. Lumber and gin cotton. 
Benoy-Winston Co., Selma. Lumber. 
Bird, J. C. & Bro., Duke, R. 1. Lumber. 
Bladen County Lumber Co., Wilmington. Lumber. 

Blades, J. B., Lumber Co., New Bern. Lumber and timber products. 
Blue Saw Mill, Wadesville. Lumber. 

Bogue Sound Lumber Co., Morehead City. Lumber and timber products. 
Boone Fork Lumber Co.. ShuUs Mills. Lumber. 
Boone Planing Mill. Boone. Lumber. 
Boyd, G. C. & Bro., Pinetown, R. 2. Building material. 
Branning Mfg. Co., Edenton. Lumber and timber products. 
Brewer, J. O., Zebra. Oak and pine lumber. 
Brewer & Maness, Bennett. Lumber. 
Bridgeman Saw Mill, Swan Quarter. Pine lumber. 
Brock Gin and Saw Mill, Trenton. Lumber and gin cotton. 
Brock Saw Mill, Richlands. Lumber, meal, cotton, etc. 
Broaddus & Ives Lumber Co., New Bern. Rough lumber. 

Brown Bros. Lumber Co., Eskota. Ash, basswood, maple and poplar lumber. 
Brown, C. A. & Co., Ivanhoe. Shingles and pine lumber. 
Brown, J. M. & Bro., Henry. Sash doors and lumber. 
Brown Saw Mill, Beulaville. Raw lumber. 

Brown Saw and Scroll Mill, Edenton. Lumber and timber products. 
Brown, Geo. C. & Co., Greensboro. Planing mill products. 
Bryan Saw Mill, Kenansville. Lumber and laths. 

Builders Sash and Door Co., Rocky Mount. General building material. 
Builders Supply and Mfg. Co., Lincolnton. Sash, doors, shop work, etc. 
BuUard, A. J. & Son, Fayetteville. Lumber and timber products. 
♦Burleson Saw Mill, Spear. Lumber and cross ties. 
Burton, George C, Wilmington. Lumber. 
Byrd, J. C. & Bros., Duke., R. 1. Lumber and laths. 
Caldwell Lumber Co., Maiden. Pine, poplar, walnut. 
Caldwell, M. C, Ashford. Lumber. 
Calhoun Saw Mill, Sylva. Pine lumber. 
Call's, W. F., Saw MUl, Cleveland, R. 2. Lumber. 
Cameron, A., Vass. Lumber. 
Cameron, H. C, Olivia, R. 3. Pine lumber. 
Campbell Saw Mill, Bullock. Oak and yellow pine lumber. 
Canady Saw Mill, Roseboro. Lumber and timber products. 
Canfield Lumber Co., Morehead City. Lumber and timber products. 
Cape Fear Lumber Co., Southport. Cedar boards. 
Carpenter-Yont & Co., Claremont. Lumber. 
Carolina Spruce Co., Pensacola. Lumber. 

Carr Lumber Co., Pisgah Forest. Rough lumber, laths, etc. 
Carter Mfg. Co., Rusk. Lumber and timber products. 



324 North Carolina Labor Statistics 



BuiLDiNQ Material, Timber, Ties, Etc. — Continued. 
Carter Saw Mill, Eleazer. Lumber. 
Carteret Lumber Co., Beaufort. Lumber. 

Carty Shingle Mill, Autryville, R. 2. Lumber and timber iiroducts. 
Gary Lumber Co., Durham. Flooring, ceiling, molding, etc. 
Case, C. R., Oak Ridge. Pine lumber. 
Cashwell, S. B., Dublin. Building material. 
Chadbourn, Bate & Co., Wilmington. Lumber and milhvork. 
Chandler Saw Mills, Maxton. Pine lumber. 
Chapel, M. B., Edenton. Lumber and timber products. 
Chatham Lumber Co., East Durham. Lumber. 
Cheson Saw Mill, Ruskin. Lumber and shingles. 
Clark's Lumber Co., New Bern. Lumber and timber products. 
Clark's, J. P., Saw Mill, Jackson Springs. Planing mill jiroduots. 
Clark Saw Mill, Lansing. Rough lumber. 
Clements Lumber Mill, Morrisville. Pine lumber. 
Coggin Saw Mill, Chandler. Oak and pine lumber. 
Cole Bros., Biscoe. Oak and pine lumber. 
Coleman, I. S., Warrenton. Pine lumber. 
Colonial Pine Co., Wilson. Lumber. 
Connelly Saw Mill, Norfhside. Lumber 
Co.'^ Lumber Co., Ellerbe. Oak and yellow pine lumber. 
Cox Lumber Co., Asheboro. Dressed pine lumber. 
Cox-Bennett Lumber Co., Wadesboro. Lumber. 
Craver Bros. Co., Booneville. Oak lumber. 
Credle Bros., Swan Quarter. Pine and cypress lumber. 
Crither Saw Mill, Williamston. Yellow pine lumber. 
Crotte Saw Mill, Lexington. Bough lumber. 
Crump & Austin, Globe. Lumber and timber products. 
Crumpler, P. P., Huntley. Lumber and timber products. 
Crutchfield Bros., Woodsdale. Rough and dressed lumber. 
Cummings Saw Mill, Booneville. Lumber and timber products. 
Currie Planing Mills, Carthage. Pine lumber. 
Cutrell, Mason & Co., Swan Quarter. Pine lumber. 
Dale Saw Mill, Micaville. Building material. 
Daniel Saw Mill, Stovall. Yellow pine lumber. 

Dare Lumber Co., Elizabeth City. Pine, white cedar, gum, cypress lumber. 
Davis, C. G., Bullock. Rough lumber. 

Dan River Lumber Co., Walnut Cove. Lumber, flour and meal. 
Davis Saw Mill, Purley. Lumber and timber products. 
Davis Gin and Saw Mill, Conway. Pine lumber. 
Davis Bros., Coleridge. Oak and pine lumber. 
Deal & Corriher, Landis. Building material. 

Dennis-Simmons Lumber Co., Williamston. Kiln-dried N. C. pine lumber. 
Denton Lumber Co., Asheboro. Lumber and timber i)roducts. 
Dixon & Pool Mfg., Weldon. Lumber, sash, doors, blinds, etc. 
Dobson Mfg. Co., Cedar Creek. Lumber and timber products. 
Dorsey, A. T., Bushnell. All kinds lumber. 
Dowless, John W., Council. Lumber. 
Drexel Lath Mill, Drexel. Laths. 

Dunlap, T. B., Ansonville. Machsville, R. 5. Roofing and building material 
Durham Lumber Co., Durham. Building material. 
Eagle Rock Mfg. Co., Eagle Rock. Dressed lumber. 
East Carolina Lumber Co., New Bern. Pine lumber. 
Eller, J. L., Roaring River. Building material. 
Ellington Lumber Co., Raleigh. Sash, doors, blinds. 
Elliott Saw Mills, Rich Square. Gum, oak and pine lumber. 
Elwood Cox Mfg. Co., High Point. Hardwood dimension stock. 
Empire Mfg. Co., Goldsboro. Lumber. 
Enterprise Lumber Co., Mount Olive. Lumber. 
Estes, W. B., Saw Mill, Upton. Lumber. 



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BtrrLDiNQ Material, Timber, Tibs, Etc. — Continued. 
Eureka Lumber Co., Washington. Building material. 

Everhart & Smith, Jackson Hill. Lumber, timber products and cross ties. 
Faircloth Saw Mill, Stedman. Lumber and timber products. 

Farmers Ginning and Milling Co., Rich Square. Oak, pine and poplar lumber. 
Farmville Land and Lumber Co., Farmville. Building material. 
Finch, W. H., Kittress. Lumber and slover. 
Fleetwood-Rawlings-Nixon, Hertford. Lumber and gin cotton. 
Fleming Saw Mill, Gastonia. Lumber. 
Fleming Bros., Mount Airy. Oak and pine lumber. 
Fleta Lumber Co., Ramseur. Roofing and building material. 
Florence Lumber Co., Weldon. Lumber. 

Flowers Saw Mill, Four Oaks. Lumber and gin cotton. '. . 

Fogle Bros., Winston-Salem. Planing mill. 
Forman-Blades Lumber Co., Elizabeth City. Pine lumber. 
Fort, C. C, Saw Mill, Roseboro. Lumber. 
Foushee, W. T. Lumber Co., Ramseur. Rough lumber. 
Fowle, S. R. & Sons, Washington. Lumber. 
Fox Saw Mill, Stanley. Lumber. 
Fox Saw Mill, Wade. Lumber. 

Francis Saw Mill, Ahoskie. Pine lumber and shingles. 
Franklin, A. J., Bryson City. Planing mill products. 
Freeman Saw Mill, Ether. Mill products. 
Freezer, A. W., Mill, Linwood. Lumber and cross ties. 
Prick Sawing Outfit, Mocksville. Lumber. 
Gahogan, Ben W., Stackhouse. Hardwood and pine lumber. 
Gardner Saw Mill, Bennett. Lumber. 
Gardner Saw Mill, Kanoy. Oak and pine lumber. 
Gardner, L. B., Ramseur. Lumber and timber products. 
Geissel & Richardson, Oconalufty. Lumber. 
Gennett Lumber Co., Franklin. Rough hardwood lumber. 
Gilbert & Johnson, Aticinson. Planing mill products. 
Gillett Saw Mill, Smithfield. Oak and pine lumber. 
Gilliland & Fox Saw Mill, Brush Creek. Pine lumber, etc. 
Gilmore Saw Mill, Cumnock. Lumber and timber products. 
Gilmore-Rankin Lumber Co., Fayetteville. Planing mill products. 
Godard Lumber Co., Dunn. Lumber. 
Godwin Saw Mill, Dunn, R. 6. Pine lumber. 
Goldsboro Lumber Co., Dover. Lumber. 
Goodman Lumber Co., Salisbury. Building material. 
Gloucester Lumber Co., Rosman. Lumber. 

Grafif-Davis-Collett Co., Salisbury. Sash, doors, blinds, lumber. 
Graham Saw Mill, Vass. Lumber. 

Green, Jesse L., High Point. Lumber and timber products. 
Greenleaf-Johnson Lumber Co., Vaughn. Pine lumber. 
Green Saw Mill, Globe. Lumber and timber products. 
Green's Saw Mill, Zara. Oak and pine lumber. 
Greson Lumber Co., Liberty. Oak and pine lumber. 
Griffin Mfg. Co., Goldsboro. Lumber and timber products. 
Griffin & Dunning, Woodland. Wood and timber products. 
Grimsley's Mills, Richlands. Pine lumber. 

Guilford Lumber Co., Greensboro. Lumber and building material. 
Gurley, W. A., Cold Spring. Building material. 
Hackett Saw Mill, Pleasant Garden. Cross and switch ties. 
Hadder Mill Co., Stonewall. Yellow pine lumber. 
Hagman, J. B., Patterson. Furniture lumber. 

Halifax Builders Supply Co., Roanoke Rapids. Lumber and building material. 
Hall & Sons, Union Mills. Pine and oak lumber. 
Hall Lumber Mill, Roseboro. Pine lumber. 

Hall & Smith, Autryville, R. 2. Lumber and timber products. 
Hall, Charles, New Bern. Lumber. 



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BuiLniNG Material, Timber, Ties, Etc. — Continued. 
Hamilton Saw Mill, Troy. Pine lumber. 

Hampton Saw Mill, Blowing Rock. Oak and spruce lumber. 
Hanly Saw Mill, Hayne. Lumber. 

Harris Lumber Co., Concord. Lumber and liox .shocks. 
Hardie-Davis, Whiteville. Heading lumber, etc. 
HardinSpeas & Co., Beaver Creek. Lumber and ties. 
Hart Saw Mill, Bakersville. Lumber and ties. 
Hartsell Saw Mill, Marsbville. Oak and pine lumber. 
Henderson's Mill, Hubert. Lumber and gin cotton. 
Hendersonville Lumber Co., Hendersonville. Planing mill prod\icts. 
Henry Lumber Mill, Gastonia. Sash, doors, shop work. 
Herring, Troy, I., Planing Mill, Roseboro. Pine Lumber. 
Hickory Mfg. Co., Hickory. Planing mill products. 
Hickory Novelty Co., Hickory. Planing mill products. 
Hicks Saw Mill, Wise. Lumber. 
Hill Saw Mill, Buladean. Hardwood lumber. 
Hilderbrand, H. T., Connelly Springs. Building Material. 
Hines Bros. Lumber Co., Kinston. Lumber. 

Hines Lumber Co., Rutherfordton. Rough and dressed lumber. 
Hix, E. v., Saw Mill, Rachel. Railroad ties and lumber. 
Hoffler Saw Mill, Sunbury. Pine lumber. 
Hoke Lumber Co., Dundarrach. Lumber. 
Hollenion, D. A., Lovelace. Lumber. 

Home Building and Material Co., Asheboro. Sash, doors, dressed lumber. 
Home Builders Mfg. Co., Henderson. Planing mill. 
Home Lumber Co., Liberty. Oak and pine lumber. 
House, .J. J. & Co., Aulander. Dressed lumber. 
Howard's Mill, Autryville. Pine lumber. 
Huddleston's Saw Mill, Salemburg. Lumber. 
HufT Saw Mill, Roxboro. Oak and pine lumber. 

Hughes & Peace Lumber Co., Tliomasville. Lumber and box shooks. 
Hunter Saw Mill, Harmony. Lumber and timber products. 
Hunter and Long Saw Mill, Tobaccoville. Lumber. 
Isaacs, J. H., & Co., State Road. Pine luumber. 
Jackson Saw Mill, Oxford. Yellow pine lumber. 
Jackson, W. A., Cooper, R. 1. Pine lumber. 
Jacksonville Lumber Co., Jacksonville. Pine lumber. 
Jefferson Mills, Fountain. Oak and yellow pine lumber. 
Jenkins, J. W., Conway. Pine lumber. 

Jordan & Lane, Brush Creek. Lumber and timber products. 
Jonesboro Sash and Blind Co., Joneboro. Building material. 
Jones Sash, Door and Blind Co., Asheville. Doors, blinds, sash, etc. 
Jones, C. B., Saw Mill, Apex. Lumber. 
Josey, John, Salisbury. Hickory, oak, and pine lumber. 
Joyce, John S., Southport. Lumber and timber products. 
Kanoy Saw Mill, Biscoe. Pine, oak and other lumber. 
Kidd Lumber Mills, Ore Hill. Pine lumber. 
Kincaid Saw Mill, Morganton, R. 3. Building material. 
King, F. & Co., Troy. Lumber. 
King's Saw Mill, Littleton, R. 4. Pine lumber. 
King Lumber Mill, Littleton. Pine lumber. 

Kinsland Lumber Mill, Topton. Lumber and timber products. 
Kinston Mfg. Co., Kinston. Liimber. 
Kiser Lumber Co., Kings Mountain. Sash, doors, etc. 
Kock, W. W., Lumber Mill, Wilmington. Lumber and shingles. 
Krabenbill Saw Mill, Oak City. Pine lumber. 
Kramer Bros. Co., Elizabeth City. Sash, doors, blinds, lumber. 
LaFayette Mfg., Payetteville. Dressed lumber. 
Lancaster Planing Mills, St. Pauls. Pine lumber. 
Lane Saw Mill, Summerfield. Oak and pine lumber. 



Classification of Industkies 



BUII.DING Material, Timber, Ties, ^TC.-Contimied. 
Lammonds Saw Mill, Candor. Pine and oak lumber. 
Laurel River Logging Co., Stackhouse. Lumber. 
Laws G G , Lumber Mill, Enfield. Lumber. 

Lee, J. W. & James., Merry Hill. Board and framing lumber. 
Leggett Lumber Co., Tarboro. Lumber. 
Lewis Saw Mill, Relief. Oak, pine and poplar lumber. 
Lindsav & McMechern Lumber Co.. Chapel Hill. Dressed lumber. 
Lipe Saw Mill. China Grove. Lumber and timber products. 
Little River Lumber Co., Princeton. Lumber. 
Lockeman T B., Huntley, R. 1. Pine lumber. 

Long Saw Mill, Bahama, R. 2. Railroad timber and buildmg material. 
Long Saw Mill, Biscoe. Oak and pine lumber. 
Luther Saw Mill, Handy. Lumber and cross ties. 
Lvall Lumber Co., Wagoner. Lumber. 

McCrummin Shingle Mill, West End. Yellow pme lumber. 
McKeel Lumber Co., New Bern. Lumber. 
McLemore. L. F., Roseboro. Pine lumber. 
McNeilly A. R. & Co., Casar. Lumber and timber products. 
Martin Saw Mill, Eagle Rock. Lumber and timber products. 
Marion Lumber Co., Marion. Finished lumber. 
MarshviUe Planing Mill, Wadesboro. Roofers and pme sizes. 
Mason J J., DiUsboro. Lumber and finished material. 
Mathis' Bros. Saw Mill, Roaring River. Rough lumber. 
Matthews Saw Mill, Lemon Springs. Lumber. , , ^ 

Matthews & Johnson, Walnut Cove. Oak, pine and poplar lumber. 
Maxwell Saw Mill Co., Creston. Building iftaterial. 
May, J. T. & Bro., Spring Hope. Yellow pine lumber. 
Mitchell W I., Walnut. Oak, pine and poplar lumber. 
Montgomery Lumber Co., Spring Hope. Rough lumber. 
Moncure Mill and Gin Co., Moncure. Lumber and gm cotton. 
Monroe Shingle Mill, Laurel Hill. Pine lumber. 
Morgan, G. W., Union Mills. Pine, oak and poplar lumber. 
Morgan' Lumber Co., Cherryville. Lumber. 
Morgan Saw Mill, Salisbury. Rough lumber. 

Morganton Mfg. and Trading Co., Morganton. Lumber and miU work. 
Moss Planing Mill, Washington. Building material. 
Moulton, H. v., Duke. Pine lumber. .„ , . 

Mount Pleasant Lumber Co., Mount Pleasant. Planing mill products. 
Mullis Saw Mill, Peachland, R. 1. Lumber and timber products. 
Munger & Bennett, New Bern. Lumber. 
Munn & Lewis, Candor. Oak and pine lumber. 
Myers, J. H., Monroe. Doors, sash, building material. 
Myrick Mill, Vaughan. Roofers and plain dressing. 
Nance's Saw Mill, MarshviUe. Lumber. 
National Lumber Co., Concord. Lumber. 
Neal & Young, Walnut Cove. Rough lumber. 
Nelson-Cooper Lumber Co., Mebane. Doors, sash, sidmg, etc. 
Neuse Lumber Co., New Bern. Lumber and timber products. 
New Berlin Lumber Co., New Berlin. Rough lumber. 
Nichols, George R., Rougemont. Pine lumber. 
Norris, W. J., Siler City. Lumber and timber products. 
N C Talc and Lumber Co., Hewitts. Lumber. 
North State Veneer Co., Tliomasville. Poplar and oak veneer. 
Norwood Lumber Co., Norwood. Lumber and cross arms. 
Oakland Lumber Co., FayetteviUe. Lumber and shingles. 
O'Berry Mfg. Co., Kinston. Pine and cypress lumber. 
Oden Gin and Saw Mill, Pinetown. Building material. 
Oldham & Worth, Raleigh. Rough and dressed lumber products. 
Orinoco Supply Co., Winston-Salem. Builders supplies. 
Overby Gin and Milling Co., Angler. Pine lumber. 



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BuiiiDiNa Material, Timber, Ties, Etc. — Continued. 

Overcash Sasli and Door Factory, States%'ille. Sash, door, and mill work. 

Pace Saw Hill, Wakefield. Pine lumber. 

Page Saw Mill, Cooper, R. 1. Pine lumber. 

Palmer Saw Mill, Valmead. Lumber. 

Parker Saw Mill, Chinquapin. Lumber. 

Parker, G. H. & Co., Polkton. Lumber and timber products. 

Patterson & Pancake, Council. Building material. 

Payne & Decker Bros., Marion. Pine, oak, poplar, and hemlock lumber. 

Peacock Saw Mill, High Rock. Lumber and timber products. 

Pemberton Saw Mill. Norwood. 

Pender Shingle Co., Burgaw. Shingles. 

Peerless Lumber Co., Gulf. Dressed lumber. 

Peoples Brick Co., New Bern. Rough lumber. 

Perry Mill Co., Wingate. Planing mill products. 

Peters Creek Union Milling Co., Smith, Lumber, flour, meal and feed. 

Phelps' Mill, Creswell. Pine lumber. 

Pierce & Co., Hallsboro. Lumber and timber products. 

Pierce, J. H., Warsaw. Sash, doors, etc. ' " ~ 

Pine Lumber Co., New Bern. Lumber and timber products. 

Pinetops Sash and Blind Co., Pinetops. Lumber and timber products. 

Pitts & Giles, Glen Alpine. Building material. 

Pitts, J. R., Greensboro. Sash, doors, etc. 

Polkton Lumber Co., Polkton. Lumber. 

Porter's Saw Mill, Currie. Pine lumber. 

Proctor Saw Mill, Grimesland. Cypress and pine lumber. 

Pruden, G. W. & Son, Severn. Lumber arid shingles. 

Puckett Saw Mill, Banner Elk. Building material. 

Pussey, J. H., Autryville. Pine lumber. 

Pyatt Bros., Dysartville. Lumber. 

Racklay, V. H., Clinton. Pine lumber. 

Rand & Lawrence, Smithfield. Gum panels. 

Rankin, Charles., Fayetteville. Planing mill. 

Rankin Lumber Co., Fayetteville. Lumber. 

Ray, C. D. & Son, 0.\ford. Molding, bo.xing, window and door frames. 

Reaves Saw Mill, Slocumb. Lumber and timber products. 

Reighard Lumber Co., Swannanoa. Building material. 

Regal Mfg. Co., Forest City. Sash, doors, etc. 

Register Saw Mill, Steadman. 

Register Saw Mills, Tomahawk. Lumber. 

Richfield Lumber Co., Richfield. Building material. 

Riddle & Riddle, Pittsboro. Lumber and timber products. 

Riverside Lumber Co., Elizabeth City. Building material. 

Roberts, G. H., Benson. Pine lumber. 

Robinson Saw Mill, Mount Holly. Lumber and timber products. 

Rocky Mount Woodworking Co., Rocky Mount. Planing mill products. 

Rodman Planing Mills, Clinton. Pine lumber. 

Rogers Lumber Mill, Hope Mills. Lumber and timber products. 

Rogers, John B., Reidsville. Lumber and timber products. 

Rogers Bros. Mill, Waxhaw. Pine lumber. 

Routh Roller Mills, Bennett. Lumber. 

Salmon Saw Mill, Littleton. Oak, gum, ash, maple and birch lumber. 

Sampson Lumber Co., Hayne. Pine lumber. 

Sanford Sash and Blind Co., Sanford. Building material. 

Santee Saw Mill, Clarkton. Lumber. 

Satterthwaite Mill and Cotton Gin, Plj-mouth. Pine and gum lumber. 

Saylor Saw Mill, East Bend. Lumber. 

Scotland Neck Planing Mill, Scotland Neck. Rough lumber. 

Seago, Jesse, Speedwell. Chestnut, oak, and poplar lumber. 

Seawell, O. E., Rennert. Lumber. 

Sebastian, Eli, North Wilkesboro, R. 2. Lumber and timber products. 



Classification of Industries 329 



BUTLPING Material, Timber, Ties, Etc. — Continued. 
Sessoms, H. H., New Hill. Lumber. 

Setzer Bros., Ferguson. Oak, poplar, and Chestnut lumber. 
Severt, G. A. & D. C, Obids. Lumber and ties. 

Sexton, J. A., Lumber Co., Harnett. North Carolina pine lumber. 
Shaw Saw Mill, Scotland Neck. Lumber. 
Shawboro Mfg. Co., Shawboro. Lumber. 
Shearne Saw Mill, Macon. Pine lumber. 
Shelton & Smith, Speedwell. Lumber, etc. 

Shingle, Lath, Saw and Planing Mill, Connelly Springs. Lumber, etc. 
Shult, Gr. H. C, Advance. Lumber. 

Sibley Mfg. Co., Albemarle. Boxes and building material. 
Sides Lumber Co., Rockwell. Building material. 
Simmons Saw Mill, Triplett. Lumber. 
Simms, W. W. Co., Wilson. Pine lumber. 
Sizemore Saw Mill, Guilford College. Oak and pine lumber. 
Smith Gin and Saw Mill, Askewville. Lumber. 
Smith, C. F. & J. C, Cornelius. Flooring, rough lumber, etc. 
Smith Creek Mfg. Co., Oriental. Lumber and boxes. 
Smith Saw Mill, Mount Gilead. Lumber and timber products. 
Smith-Phillips Lumber Co., Winston-Salem. Planing mill products. 
Smith, R. B., Clinton, R. 1. Pine lumber. 
Smith Saw Mill, Marshville. Lumber and timber products. 
Smith Saw Mill, Roseboro. Lumber. 
Smith, William, Salisbury, R. 3. Lumber. 
Snider & Williams Milling Co., Jubilee. Lumber. 
Sofley Saw Mill, Advance. Lumber. 
South Atlantic Lumber Co., Greensboro. 
Southerland, L., Planing Mill, Wallace. Lumber. 
Southern Timber and Lumber Co., Star. Long-leaf pine lumber. 
Sparks Saw Mill, Ronda. Oak and pine lumber. 
Sparks & Dwire, Mocksville. Rough lumber. 
Spencer & Co., Carthage. Pine lumber. 

Spencer Lumber Co., Gastonia. Sash, doors, blinds, shop work. 
Spruill Mill, Quitsna. Building material. 
Stamey, Robert, Windom. Oak and chestnut lumber. 
Stantonsburg Lumber Co., Wilson. Building material and box shocks. 
Stott Saw Mill, Wendell. Oak, poplar and pine lumber. 
Strickland, J. C, Troy. Pine lumber. 

Styers Sash and Door Shop, Cherryville. Building material. 
Sullivan Saw Mill, Carthage. Pine lumber. 

Swansboro Land and Lumber Co., Swansboro. Yellow pine lumber. 
Swindell Saw Mill, Swansboro. Yellow pine lumber. 
Thaggard Saw Mill, Clarkton. Building material. 
The Montvale Lumber Co., Pontana. Lumber. 
Thomas Saw Mill, Sanford, R. 1. Rough lumber. 
Thomasville Veneer and Panel Co., Thomasville. Veneer. 
Thompson & Co., Shelby. Sash, doors, shop work. 
Thompson, C. M., Sons, Lexington. Building material. 
Thompson Saw Mill, Denton. Lumber. ' 

Thompson Saw Mill, Richlands. Pine lumber. 
Tilghman Lumber Co., Dunn. Lumber. 
Tilley Saw Mill, Clarksville. Building material. 
Tillman, A. W., Putnam. Oak and timber products. 
Tolar Saw Mill, Lumber Bridge. Pine lumber. 
Tomilson Mills, Clayton. Lumber. 

Towe & Quincey, Chapanoke. Dressed lumber and gin cotton. 
Townsend Saw Mill, Upton. Lumber and timber products. 
Trent Lumber Co., Pollocksville. Lumber. 

Triplett Saw Mill, Marley Ford. Oak, pine, and poplar lumber. 
Tryon Lumber Co., Tryon. Planing mill products. 



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Building Material, Timber, Ties, Etc. — Continued. 
Tucker, J. L., Standfield. Oak and pine lumber. 
Turnley, James R., Cameron. Lumber. 
Tysinser & Dunnin?, Denton. Lumber. 
Van Cannon Mill Work Co., West End. Building material. 
Vinson, J. A., Clayton. Pine lumber. 

"Waddell, O. A., Manchester. Lumber and timber products. 
"Walker, R. W., Lumber Co., Salisbury. Hardwood, cross ties, etc. 
Wallett, E. E. & Son, Palmyra. Rough lumber. 

"Wall's Saw Mill, Madison. Oak, pine and poplar lumber. 

Ward Saw and Planing Mill, Bennett. Dressed lumber. 

Warlick Lumber Co., Gilkey. Lumber, molding, boxes, etc. 

Waters, E. S., Pantego. Lumber. 

Wearn, J. H. & Co., Charlotte. Sash, doors, blinds, etc. 

Weaver, W. B. & Son, Ahoskie. Oak, pojjlar, and pine lumber. 

Welcome Milling Co., Welcome. Lumber and exchange grist. 

Whichard & Congleton, Wichard. Yellow pine lumber. 

Whitakers Saw Mill. Monroe. Pine and oak lumber. 

White Lake Lumber Co., Roseboro. Lumber. "^ 

Whiteside, A. C, Uree. Oak and pine lumber. 

Whiteville Lumber Co., Whiteville. Lumber and timber products. 

Whittington Mill, Reddies River. Chestnut, oak, pine, and poplar lumber. 

Widenhouse Saw Mill, Georgeville. Oak and pine lumber. 

Wilker's Mill, Warren Plains. Oak and yellow pine lumber, gin cotton. 

Wilkesboro Mfg. Co., North Wilkesboro. Building material. 

Williams-Brownell Planing Mill Co., Biltmore. Lumber. 

Williams Co., Maxton. Rough lumber and poles. 

Williams & Fulgham Lumber Co., Asheville. Hardwood. 

Williams & McKeithan Lumber Co., Lynchburg, Va. Lumber and timber products. 

Williams, H. K., Fullers. Pine lumber. 

Williams Mill, Elizabeth City, R. 4. Lumber and timber products. 

Williamson Saw Mill, Salemburg. Lumber and timber products. 
Wilson, C. M. & W. G., Wilson's Mills. Yellow pine lumber. 
Wilson, J. R., Lumber Co., Hendersonville. Dressed lumber. 
Winbrow, Ward & Co., Warrenton. Lumber. 

Winchester Saw Mill, Monroe. Oak and pine lumber. 

Winton Cooperage Co., Winton. Pine lumber. 

Wood, A. C, Advance. Lumber. 

Woodall Planing Mill, Benson. Roofers. 

Woodside Lumber Co., Belhaven. Lumber. 

Workman Saw Mill, Siler City. Lumber. 

Wright-Bachman Lumber Co., Bostic, R. 4. Lumber. 

Wright Saw Mill, Biscoe. Pine lumber. 

Wright Saw Mill, Shiloh. Lumber and timber products. 

Wynnewood Lumber Co., Wilmington. Short-leaf pine lumber. 

Wynns Sliingle Mill, Harrellsville. Lumber and timber products. 

Yadkinville Buggy Co., Yadkinville. Lumber. 

Yelton Saw Mill, Bostic. Oak, pine and poplar lumber. 

Canneries. 

Bridal Veil Canning Co., North Wilkesboro. Canned fruits and vegetables. 

Davis Canning Co., Davis. Oysters and vegetables. 

Elkin Canning Co., Elkin. Canned fruit and vegetables. 

Forester Canning Co., North Wilkesboro. Canned fruits and vegetables. 

Groom Canning Co., Greensboro, R. 3. Canned goods. 

Groom & Johnson, Greensboro. Canned tomatoes. 

Taylor Packing Co., Morehead City. Canned oysters. 

Woodard & Co., Morehead City. Canned sea food. 

Car Repair Shops. 

Southern Railway Shops, Spencer. Railway repairs and supplies. 



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Carelages. See Vehicles. 

Cereals. 

Biltmore Wheat-Hearts Co., Asheville. WTieat cereal. 

Chairs. See, also, Furniture Factories. 

Banner Mfg. Co., Mount Airy. Chairs, cradles, cribs. 

Chair Stock. 

Liberty Chair Co., Liberty. Chair Stock and broom handles. 

Chemicals. 

Champion Chemical Co., Asheville. Scrubbing powder. 
Hargrove Chemical Co., Wilson. Iodoform vapor. 
Hawleys Labortories, Charlotte. Sizing compound. 
Spiritine Chemical Co., Wilmington. Pine products. 
Tarro Chemical Co., New Bern. Sweeping powder. 
Tryon Chemical Co., Tryon. Textile soaps, etc. 
Yerkes Chemical Co., Winston-Salem. Drugs. 

Chicken Coops. 

Ronda Coop and Egg Case Co., Ronda. Coops and egg cases, bee hives. 
White's Chicken Coop Factory. Buck Shoals. Chicken coops. 

Cigarettes and Cigars. See Tohacco. 

Clay. 

Hand Clay Co., Canton. ^Mining and refined kaolin. 
Harris Clay Co., Dillsboro. Kaolin. 
Intermont China Co., Bandana. Kaolin. 

Clothing. 

Blue Bell Overall Co., Greensboro. Overalls. 

Charlotte Clothing Mfg. Co., Charlotte. Men's pants and children's clothing. 

Cherry-Mountain Mfg. Co., Ellenboro. Shirts. 

Hickory Overall Co, Hickory. Overalls. 

Moffitt Underwear Co., High Point. Men's and boys' athletic underwear. 

Newton Glove Co., Newton. Gloves. 

Penn Bros., Suspender Co., Madison. Garters and suspenders. 

Scott-Mebane Mfg. Co., Graham. Overalls. 

Sicelott Mfg. Co., Lexington. Men's clothing. 

Smith, M. A., Shirt Factory, Washington. Shirts, clothing. 

Warlong Glove Co. Gloves. 

Coffins and Caskets. 

Atlantic Coffin and Casket Co., Rose Hill. Coffins and caskets. 

Burlington Coffin Co., Burlington. Coffins and caskets. 

Charlotte Casket Co., Charlotte. Caskets, coffins and undertaker's supplies. 

Rankin Coffin and Casket Co., High Point. Coffins, caskets, etc. 

Richardson Mfg. Co., Sparta. Coffins, carriages, repairs. 

Rockwell Furniture Co., Rockwell. Coffins and caskets. 

Turner- White Coffin Co., North Wilkesboro. Coffin, caskets and boxes. 

Turner-White Coffin Co., Winston-Salem. Coffins, caskets, boxes. 

Columns. 

Bryson Citj' Pump Works Co., Bryson City. Pump, tubing, colonial porch columns. 

Concrete. 

Cement Products Co., Wilmington. Reinforced concrete sewage disposal tanks. 

Charlotte Quarry Co., Charlotte. Cement, sewer pipe, etc. 

Concrete Construction Co., Reidsville. Concrete products. 

Gray Concrete Co., Thomasville. Sewer and culvert pipe, etc. 

Oriental Concrete Works. Drain tile. 

Standard Cement Construction Co., Wilmington. Sanitary sewage disposal outfits. 



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Confectioners. 

Balance & Co., Greenshoro. Candy. 

Club Cafe and Candy Kitchen, Asheville. Candies, etc. 

Gate City Candy Co., Greensboro. Candy. 

Matthews, E. L., Candy Co., Wilmington. Candy. 

Royster, A. D. & Bro., Raleigh. Candy. 

Sallock Candy Kitchen, Winston-Salem. Candy and ice cream. 

Coopers and Coopers' M.\terial, Crates, Baskets. 
Adams Cooperage Co., New Bern. Slack barrell heading. 
Ahoskie Basket Mfg. Co., Ahoskie. Truck baskets and hampers. 
Carolina Cross Arms Co., Elkin. Cross arms, chicken coops, etc. 
Carolina Mfg. Co., Magnolia. Vegetable and fruit crates. 
Castle Haynes Stave Co., Wilmington. Staves and headings. 
Cofield Mfg. Co., Cofield. Pine Staves. 

Finger, A. P., Bros., Handle Factory, Lincolnton, R. 2. Pine staves. 
Godwin, E. W., Point Caswell. Basket bottoms, etc. 
Haywood Cooperage Co., Waynesville. Apple barrels. 

Hendricks Planing Mill, Bi.xby. Crates. ■" 

Hickory Handle and Mfg. Co., Hickory. Handles, picker sticks, etc. 
Interstate Cooperage Co., Belhaven. Staves, headings, etc. 
Isles & Massey, Pleasant Hill. Nailkeg staves. 
Ivey Mfg. Co., Hickory. Picker sticks. 
Jonesboro Handle Co., Polkton. Handles. 
Lee, Eric, Chapel Hill. Barrels. 

Liberty Picker Stick and Novelty Co., Liberty. Picker sticks and skewers. 
Maysville Cooperage Co., Maysville. Staves. 
Moravian Falls Milling Co., Moravian Falls. Handles, etc. 
Novelty Woodworks, Ramseur. Picker sticks, etc. 
Overton Barrell Factory., Greenville. Barrels, etc. 
Pamlico Cooperage Co., Washington. Barrel headings. 
Pottery Crates Mfg. Co., Calypso. Crates. 

Southern Roller Stave and Heading Co., Elizabeth City. Baskets, heading 
Southern Stave and Lumber Co., Burgaw. Staves. 
Spoon & Safford, Mill, Burlington. Handles. 
Thomasville Spoke Works, Thomasville. Spokes and handles. 
Tyrrell Mfg. Co., Columbia. Truck barrels. 
Vickory, A. W. & Co., Sanford. 

White Chicken Coop Factory, Buck Shoals. Chicken coops. 
Wilmington Cooperage Co., Wilmington. Shocks, barrel headings, etc. 
Williamston Cooperage Co., Williamston. Barrel headings. 

Coedage. See, also, Cordage Mills. 

Cornices and Skylight. See Hoofing and Sheet Metal Work. 

Cotton Bats and Mattress Felts. 

Bernhardt Mfg. Co., Charlotte. Cotton felts and bats. 

Cotton Mill Supplies. 

Burlington Roller Covering Co., Burlington. Roller covers for cotton roll. 

Charlotte Mfg. Co., Charlotte. Card clothing and reeds. 

Ivey Mfg. Co., Hickory. Loom supplies. 

Liberty Picker Stick and Novelty Co., Liberty. Cotton mill supplies. 

Novelty Woodworks, Ramseur. Picker sticks, bobbins, etc. 

Southern Spindle and Flyer Co., Charlotte. Steel rolls, spindles, etc. 

Spoon & Saflford Mill, Burlington. 

Turnbill Cone Machine Co., Asheville. Cone machines. 

Warlick & Sherrill Co., Granite Falls. Picker sticks, etc. 

Whittimore, A. J., Burlington. Cover rollers for cotton mills. 

Cotton Mills. See pages 27 to 71. 



Classification of Industries 333 



Cotton-Seed Products. 

Battleboro Oil Co., Battleboro. Cotton-seed products. 

Bridger Corporation, Bladenboro. Cotton-seed oil, etc. 

Chatham Oil and Fertilizer Co., Pittsboro. Cotton-seed products, fertilizers. 

Chowan Cotton Oil and Fertilizer Co., Edenton. Cotton-seed products, fertilizers. 

Clayton Oil Mills Co., Clayton. Cotton-seed products, fertilizer. 

Consumer's Oil Co., Tarboro. Cotton-seed products. 

Cotton Oil and Ginning Co., Scotland Neck. Crude oil, meal, hulls, etc. 

Cotton Oil Co., Kings Mountain. Cotton-seed oil, etc. 

Eastern Cotton Oil Co., Hertford. Cotton-seed products. 

Elba Mfg. Co., Charlotte. Cotton-seed oil, meal, hulls and linters. 

Elba Mfg. Co., Maxton. Cotton-seed products. 

Farmers Oil Mills Co., Nashville. Cotton-seed products. 

Farmers Oil Mill, Pinetops. 

Farmers Oil Mill, Wilson. Cotton-seed products. 

Farmville Oil and Fertilizer Co., Farmville. Fertilizer, cotton-seed products. 

Fremont Oil Mill Co., Fremont. Cotton-seed products. 

Havens Oil Co., Washington. Cotton-seed products. 

Hoke Oil and Fertilizer Co., Raeford. Oil, meal, hulls, linters. 

International Vegetable Oil Co., Raleigh. Cotton-seed products. 

Laurinburg Oil Co., Laurinburg. Cotton-seed products. 

Lee County Cotton Oil Co., Sanford. Cotton-seed products. 

Lenoir Oil and Ice Co., Kinston. Cotton-seed oil, meal, etc. 

Lillington Oil Mill, Lillington. Cotton-seed products. 

Mooresboro Cotton Oil Co., Mooresboro. Crude oil. 

Mooresville Oil Mill, Mooresville. Cotton-seed products. 

Morgan Oil and Trust Co., Red Springs. Oil, meal, hulls, etc. 

Mount Gilead Cotton Oil Co., Mount Gilead. Cotton-seed products. 

New Bern Cotton Oil and Fertilizer Mills, New Bern. Cotton-seed products. 

Newton Oil and Fertilizer Co., Newton. Oil, meal and hulls. 

Pinetops Oil Mill, Pinetops. Cotton-seed products. 

Planters Cotton Oil and Fertilizer Co., Rocky Mount. Cotton-seed products. 

Robeson Mfg. Co., Lumberton. Cotton-seed products and fertilizers. 

Rowland Oil and Fertilizer Co., Rowland. Oil, meal, hulls, etc. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Charlotte. Cotton-seed products. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Concord. Cotton-seed products. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Gastonia. Cottonseed products. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Gibson. Cotton-seed products. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Monroe. Cotton-seed products. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Shelby. Cotton-seed products. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Wadesboro. Cotton-seed products. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Wilson. Cotton-seed products. 

Spring Hope Cotton Oil Co., Spring Hope. Oil, hulls, meal, linters. 

Stanley Cotton Oil Co., Norwood. Cotton-seed products. 

Swift & Co., Charlotte. Cotton-seed oil. 

Tar River Oil Co., Tarboro. Cotton-seed products. 

Union Seed and Fertilizer Co., Henderson. Cotton-seed products. 

Union Seed and Fertilizer Co., Raleigh. Cotton-seed products. 

Winterville Cotton Oil Co., Winterville. Oil, meal, hulls and linters. 

Woodard & Whitley Oil Co., Whitakers. Cotton-seed products. 

Cotton Waste. 

South Atlantic Waste Co., Charlotte. Cotton waste. ' 

Crates. See Coopers, etc. 

Pottery Crates Mfg. Co., Calypso. Crates, pottery and box shooks. 

Creameries. 

Mooresboro Creamery Co., Mooresboro. Butter. 

Cross-Ties. See Building Material. 



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Culverts. 

Carolina Metal Products Co., Wilmington. Metal culverts, shingles, etc. 

Directories. 

Knoxville Directory Co., Asheville. Directories. 
Piedmont Directory Co., Asheville. City directories. 

Dye "Works. 

National Dye Works, Burlington. Dye black and finish hosiery. 

Piedmont Finishing Mills, Burlington. Dye, finish and manufacture hosiery. 

Electric Light, G.^s, Power and Street K.mlwat Companies. 
Clinton Milling Co., Clinton. Electric light plant. 
Fayetteville Light and Power Co., Fayetteville. 
Piedmont Railway and Electric Co., Burlington. 
Statesville Gas, Light and Fuel Co., Statesville. 

Excelsior. 

High Point Veneer and Panel Co., High Point. Excelsior. 
Major & Loomis Co., Hertford. Lumber products. 
Warlick & Sherrill, Granite Falls. Picker sticks, excelsior. 

Feed and Grain. 

American Feed Milling Co., Asheville. Molasses, feed, grain, etc. 

Fertilizers. See, also, Cotton Seed Products. 

Asheville Packing Co., Asheville. Fertilizei's and tallow. 

Atlantic Humus Co., New Bern. Fertilizers. 

Caraleigh Phosphate and Fertilizer Works, Raleigh. Fertilizer. 

Chatham Oil and Fertilizer Co., Pittsboro. Fertilizers. 

Chemical Lime Co., New Bern. Fertilizers. 

Chowan Cotton Oil & Fertilizer Co., Edenton. Fertilizers. 

Contentnea Guano Co., Wilson. Acid phosphate and fertilizer. 

Fremont Oil Co., Fremont. Fertilizers. 

Hasty Gin, Gibson. Fertilizers. 

Hoke Oil and Fertilizer Co., Raeford. Fertilizers and cotton-seed products. 

Loray Ginning and Fertilizer Co., Loray. Fertilizers. 

Meadows, E. H. & J. A., New Bern. Fertilizers. 

Navassa Guano Co., Wilmington. Fertilizers. 

Pamlico Chemical Co., Washington. Fertilizers. 

Pearsall & Co., Wilmington. Fertilizers, fish scrap, soda dressing. 

Philips Fertilizer Co., Washington. Fertilizers. 

Southern Cotton Oil Co., Davidson. Fertilizers. 

LTnion Guano Co., Winston-Salem. Fertilizers. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Charlotte. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Durham. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., New Bern. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Raleigh. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Salisbury. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Wadesboro. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Wilmington. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Winston-Salem. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Washington. 

Fish Scrap. 

Day & Bros., Inc., Beaufort. Fish plant. 

Doan & Bartlett Co., Beaufort. Fish oil and scrap. 

New Port Fisheries Co., Morehead City. Fish oil and scrap. 

Portsmouth Fisheries Co., Moreheal City. Fish oil and scrap. 

Southport Fish Scrap and Oil Co., Southport. Oil and fish scrap. 

Taylor Creek Fish Scrap Oil, Beaufort. Fish scrap and oil. 



ClassificatioiV of Industries 335 



Floue, Meal, and Feed Mills. 

Aberdeen Flour and Milling Co., Aberdeen. Corn meal. 

Acme Mill Works, Greensboro. Roll work for flour mills. 

Advance Roller Mill, Advance. Grist mill products. 

Albemarle Milling Co., Albemarle. Flour, feed and meal. 

Alleghany Roller Mills, Newsom. Flour, meal and feed. 

American Feed Milling Co., Asheville. Flour, meal, feedstuff. 

Asheboro Roller Mills, Asheboro. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 

Asheville Milling Corporation, Asheville. Flour and meal. 

Austin-Heaton Co., Durham. Flour, meal and feed. 

Baker Mill, Princeton. Flour, meal and feed. 

Banner Roller Mills. Lincolnton. Flour, meal, etc. 

Beaverdam Roller Mills, Crouse. Flour and feed. 

Bethania Stock Co., Bethania. Grist mill products. 

Blue Ridge Milling Co., Marion. Grist mill products. 

Blue Ridge Mill Co., Roaring River. Portable corn mills. 

Boney & Harper Milling Co., Wilmington. Meal and feed. 

Boone, T. S., Pensacola. Flour, meal. 

Buck Shoals Rolller Mills, Buck Shoals. Flour, bran, meal, etc. 

Bull Run Roller Mill, Ararat. Flour, meal and feed. 

Burcham Milling Co., Ronda, R. 1. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 

Burns ville Milling Co., Ronda, R. 1. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 

Caldwell Mills, Worry. Flour, meal, feed. 

Catawba Milling Co., Hickory. Flour mill products. 

Cedar Grove Milling Co., Cedar Grove. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 

Chatham Roller Mills, Bynum. Grist mill products. 

China Grove Roller Mills, China Grove. Flour. 

Clyde Roller Mills, Clyde. Flour, meal, etc. 

Concord Milling Co., Concord. Roller mill products. 

Conover Roller Mills, Conover. Roller mill products. 

Cook Milling Co., Mebane. Flour, meal and feed. 

Cockerham Corn Mills. Grumpier. Meal and feed. 

County Line Roller Mills, Statesville, R. 7. Grist mill products. 

Craggy Milling Co., Ahoskie. Flour and meal. 

Cranberry Roller Mills, Yadkinville. 

Cullowhee Milling Co., Cullowhee. Flour and meal. 

Dare River Lumber Co. Flour, meal and feed. 

Davis Roller Mills, Mount Airy, R. 3. Flour and meal. 

Davis Mills, Hiddenite. Flour and meal. 

Denton Roller Mills, Denton. Flour, feed, etc. 

Dixie Milling Co., Burlington. Flour, meal and feed. 

Dixie Roller Mills, Summerfield. Flour, meal and feed. 

Dosier Roller Mills, Tobaccoville. Flour, meal, feed. 

Drexel Roller Mill, Drexel. Flour, etc. 

Eagle Roller Mill, Shelby. Roller mill products. 

East Bend Roller Mills, East Bend. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 

Elf Roller Mills, Hayesville. Flour, meal, feedstuff. 

Elizabeth City Milling Co., Elizabeth City. Corn meal. 

Elkin Roller Mills, Elkin. Flour, meal, etc. 

Elon Roller Mills, Elon College. Flour, meal and feed. 

Eno River Mills, Durham, R. 2. Grist mill products. 

Ether Milling Co., Ether. Roller mill products, lumber, ties, etc. 

Eureka Mills, Catawba. Roller mill products. 

Fairview Roller Mills, Lewisville. Flour, meal, feed. 

Fairview Milling Co., Fletcher. Grist mill products. 

Farmers Milling Co., Middlesex. Flour, meal and feed. 

Farmer Roller Mill. Farmer. Flour, meal and feed. 

Forsyth Roller Mill Co., Winston-Salem. Flour. 

Fork Milling Co., Mocksville., Mocksville, R. 3. Flour, meal, etc. 

Franklinville Mfg: Co., Franklinville. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 

Garden Valley Mills, Statesville. Flour, meal, bran. 



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Floue, Meal, and Feed Mills — Continued. 

Glen Alpine Milling Co., Glen Ai)line. Wheat, flour, corn, etc. 

Graham Milling Co., Graham. Flour, meal, etc. 

Granite City Mills, Mount Airy. Flour, meal, etc. 

Granite Corn Mill, Littleton. Corn meal. 

Green, J. P., Milling Co., Mocksville. Flour, meal, etc. 

Greenwood, C. H., Roller Mills. Roaring River. Flour, meal, feed, etc 

Grist Mills, Peachland. Flour and meal. 

Gulf Roller Mills, Gulf. Grist mill products. 

Guilford College Milling Co., Guilford College. Graham flour, feeds. 

Halewood Mfg. Co., Marshall. Flour, meal and bran. 

Hanes Roller Mill, State Road. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 

Hauser Mills, Yadkinville. 

Havens, Jonathan, Washington. Meal, flour, etc. 

Haw Creek Milling Co., Swepsonville. Flour, meal and feed. 

Henderson Roller Mills. Monroe. Flour and meal. 

Hico Milling Co., Burlington. Flour, meal, feed. 

High Point Milling Co., High Point. Flour, meal, feed. 

Hiatt Mill, Pilot Mountain. Flour, meal and feed. 

Hicks, P. T., Lasker. Meal, flour and shingles. 

Horn, Johnstone Co., Mocksville. Grist mill products. 

Howard's Creek Milling Co., Reepsville. Flour, meal and feed. 

Hub Milling Co., Altamahaw. Flour, meal and feed. 

Hunter Grist Mill, Sunbury. Grist mill. 

Icard Mfg. Co., Icard. Grist. 

Julian Milling Co., Julian. Flour, meal and feed. 

Kennedy Grist Mill, Beulaville. Meal. 

Kernersville Roller Mills, Kernersville. Flour, meal and feed. 

Landis Milling Co., Landis. Flour, meal and feed. 

Leath, J. M., Stoneville. Flour, meal, etc. 

Lenoir Roller Mills, Lenoir. Flour, meal and bran. 

Lexington Roller Mills, Lexington. Flour and meal. 

Liberty Milling Co., Liberty. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 

Lincoln Milling Co., Lincolnton. Flour, meal, etc. 

Linville Falls Mfg. Co., Ashford. Flour and corn meal. 

Livingston Mills, Boomer. Flour, meal. 

Longtom Roller Mill, Buck Shoals. Flour, meal and feed. 

Ludwick Milling Co., Salisbury. Flour, meal and feed. 

McLeansville Mill, Inc., McLeansville. Flour and meal. 

Marshall Mill Co., Marshall. Flour, meal, bran and feed. 

Meadows, W. C, Mill Mfg. Co., Poors Knob. Grist and saw mill repairs. 

Meadows, W. C, Mill Co., North Wilkesboro. 

Mebane Milling Co., Mebane. Flour, meal and feed. 

Mill Ridge Roller Mills, Mount UUa. Flour, meal, feed. 

Mitchell Roller Mills, New Castle. Flour, meal. 

Monitor Roller Mills, Claremont. Flour, meal, etc. 

Mooresville Flour Mill, Mooresville. Flour and meal. 

Morris & Sheppard, Alexander. Corn and wheat. 

Mount Ulla Roller Mill, Mount Ulla. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 

Moravian Falls' Mills, Moravian Falls. Flour, meal and handles. 

Murphy Mills, Murphy. Flour, meal, feed. 

Newton Roller Mills, Newton. Flour, meal, etc. 

New Williams Mill, North Wilkesboro. Flour, meal and feed. 

North State Milling Co., Greensboro. Flour, meal and feed. 

North Wilkesboro Roller Mills, North Wilkesboro. Flour, meal, feed. 

O. K. Corn Mill, Black Mountain. Corn meal. 

Pearl Mills, Lawndale. Flour, meal, feed. 

Pearl Milling Co., Stony Point. Flour, meal, etc. 

Peoples Roller Mills, Candler. Flour, meal and feed. 

Ramseur Milling Co., Ramseur. Flour, meal and feed. 

Redditt, L. H.. Edward. Grist Mill. 



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Floi'R, Meal, and Feed Mills — Continued. 
Reed & Felton, Hertford. Grist mill products. 
Reedy Fork Roller Mill. Gibsonville. Flour, meal and feed. 
Reynolds, R. B., Mills, Leaman. Flour, feed and meal. 
Reynolds, J. C, & Co., Climax. Flour, meal, feed. 
Richland Roller Mills, Moffitt. Flour, meal and feed. 
Richmond & Guy, New Hope. Flour, meal and feed. 
Riverview Milling Co., Norwood. Flour and feed. 
Rock Roller Mill, Salisbury, R. F. D. Flour, meal and feed, etc. 
Roekett & Hutchins, East Bend. Flour, meal, lumber. 
Rockwell Roller Mill, Rockwell. Flour, meal and mixed feed. 
Rowan Milling Co., Cleveland. Flour, meal and feed. 
Ruffin Roller Mills, Ruffin. Flour and meal. 
Routh Roller Mills, Ruffin. Flour and meal. 
Seaboard Feed and Produce Co., Henderson. Corn meal, etc. 
Seaboard Milling Co., Sanford. Flour, meal, etc. 
Seagrove Mill and Store Co., Seagrove, Flour, meal, seed, etc. 
Shoals Roller Mills, Shoals. Flour, meal, etc. 
Shiloh Roller Mills, Shiloh. 

Siler City Milling Co., Siler City. Grist mill products. 
Snider Roller Mill, Denton. Flour, meal and feed. 
Southern Crown Milling Co., Asheboro. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 
Southside Roller Mills, Winston-Salem. Flour, meal and feed. 
Sparta Roller Mills. Sparta. Flour, meal, etc. 
Stacy Grist Mill, Campobello. Corn meal. 
Statesville Flour Mill Co., Stateville. Flour, meal and feed. 
Sterling Mill, Inc., Statesville. Flour, meal and feed. 
Stewart's Mill, Greensboro. Flour and meal. 
Stinson & Steel, Turnersburg. Flour, feedstuff, meal. 
Stony Creek Mfg. Co., Burlington. Flour, meal and feedstuff. 
Summerfleld Milling Co., Summerfield. Flour and meal. 
Swannanoa Roller Mill, Swannanoa. Flour, meal, etc. 
Sweetwater Flour and Grist Mill, Cheoah. Flour, feed and meal. 
Taylorsville Milling Co., Taylorsville. Flour and meal. 
Thomasville Roller Mills, Thomasville. Flour, meal and feed. 
Troxler & Son, Mill, Greensboro. Flour and meal. 
Troy Milling Co., Troy. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 
Tucker, W. H., Seagrove. Flour, meal and lumber. 
Vanhoy Mill, Ronda. Corn meal. 

Walkertown Roller Mills, Walkertown. Flour and meal. 
Wallace Roller Mills, Rusk. Flour, meal and feed. 
Warren Milling Co., Nashville. Flour, meal, feed, etc. 
Waynesville Mill, Waynesville. Flour, meal and feed, etc. 
Welcome Milling Co., Welcome. Exchange grist mill and lumber. 
Wilson Mill and Lumber Co., Wilson. Flour, meal and lumber. 
Workman's Mfg. Co., Calypso. Flour, meal and crates. 

Founders and Machinists. 

Acme Mill Works, Greensboro. Machine shop service. 

Academy Shops, Eufola. Job working, iron and wood. 

Armature Winding and Ferrofix Brazing Co., Charlotte. Repair work. 

Asheville Supply and Foundry Co., Asheville. Machine shop. 

Asheboro Motor Co., Asheboro. Vehicle repair work. 

Austin & Sikes Co., Marshville. Repairs. 

Beaufort Machine Shop, Beaufort. Repair work. 

Belhaven Iron Works, Belhaven. Turning bars, general repairs. 

Biscoe Foundry and Machine Works, Biscoe. Grate bars, plow points. 

Briggs-Shaffner Co., Winston-Salem. Foundry and machine shops. 

Brown-Grier Iron Works, Jonesville. Saw mills and special machinery. 

Cape Fear Machine Works, Wilmington. Boilers, machine iiroducts. 



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Founders and Machinists — Continued. 

Carolina Foundry and Machine Co., Winston-Salem. Iron, brass and general repairs. 

Carolina Machinery Co., Asheville. Repair shop. 

Carolina Machine Co., Fayetteville. General repair. 

Charlotte Machine Co., Charlotte. Te.xtile machinery. 

Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Co., Charlotte. Pipes and fittings. 

Cobb and Johnson, Parkton. Gin outfit. 

Cocker Machinery and Foundry Co., Gastonia. General foundry work. 

Cole Mfg. Co., Charlotte. Farm implements, seed planters, guano sowers. 

Coltrane, J. L., Greensboro. General repair shop. 

Concord Foundry and Machine Shop, Concord. Castings. 

Cook-Lewis Foundry Co., Greensboro. Foundry work. 

Cox, A. G., Mfg. Co., Winterville. Agricultural implements. 

Council Tool Co., Wananish. Turpentine tools and auto trailers. 

Dewey Bros., Goldsboro. Foundry products. 

Dunn Plow Co., Wake Forest. Plows and plow castings. 

Dixie Spindle and Flyer Co., Charlotte. Repairs cotton mill machinery. 

East Carolina Railway Shops, Tarboro. Repairs. 

Durham Iron Works. Durham. General repair. 

Gaston Iron Works, Gastonia. Foundry products, repairs. 

Glascock Stove Mfg. Co., Greensboro. Stoves, foundry products. 

Hackett, J., Foundry Co., Charlotte. Foundry work, mill castings, etc. 

Hale Coach Shop, Eure. Carts, repair work. 

High Point Machine Works, High Point. Repair work. 

Jarrell, W. G., Machine Co., Charlotte. General repair. 

Jones, H. L., Mfg. Co., Aurora. Farm implements. 

Kinston Iron and Mantel Works, Kinston. Iron castings, mantels, etc. 

Knight's Repair Shop, Aberdeen. Repairing. 

Liddell Co., Charlotte. Ginning machinery, engines, saw mills, etc. 

Lineberger & Abernethy, Statesville. Subsoil attachments. 

Lineberry Foundry and Machine Co., North Wilkesboro. Machinery. 

McKay, John A., Mfg. Co., Dunn. Castings, implements, machinery, etc. 

McMillan Metal Works, Fayetteville. Metal workers. 

Mecklenburg Iron Works, Charlotte. Machinery, foundry, blacksmithing. 

Mofiitt Iron Works Co., Sanford. Saw mill machinery, etc. 

Motor and Machine Co., Red Springs. Repair autos. 

New Bern Iron Works and Supply Co., New Bern. Iron and steel products. 

Newman Machine Co., Greensboro. Woodworking machinery. 

N. 0. Steel and Iron Co., Salisbury. Steel and iron castings. 

Park Mfg. Co., Charlotte. Elevators, pumps, heaters, and foundry works. 

Raleigh Iron Works, Raleigh. Foundry and machine products. 

Salem Iron Works, Winston-Salem. Saw mill machinery. 

Sergeant Mfg. Co., Greensboro. Foundry products and repairs. 

Shelby Foundry Co., Shelby. Foundry products. 

Smith & Fagg, Reidsville. Repair shop. 

Smith, J. H., & Bro., Wagon Shop, Reidsville. Repair work. 

Smith Plow Works, Raeford. Steel beams, plowstocks, etc. 

Southern Spindle and Flyer Co., Charlotte. Steel rolls, cotton mill supplies. 

Steele, J. C, & Sons, Statesville. Brick machinery, repairs. 

Sykes Bros. Machine Works, Burlington. Jobbing, foundry and machine work. 

Terrell Machine Co., Charlotte. Quill-cleaning machines for cotton mill. 

Turner, C. H., Statesville. Saw mill machinery. 

Vance Iron Works, Henderson. Garage. 

Ward's Plow Works, Fayetteville. Plows and castings. 

Wayne Agricultural Works, Goldsboro. Agricultural implements. 

Wilmington Iron Works, Wilmington. Machinerj' repairs. 

Wysong & Miles Co., Greensboro. Woodworking machinery. 

Fuenituee. See page.'i 101 to 113. 



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Gaeages. 

Asheboro Motor Car Co., Asheboro. Motor cars and repairs. 
Carolina Motor Co., Statesville. Garage. 
Motor and Machine Co., Red Springs. 

Gas Companies. See Electric and Gas Companies. 

Pintch Compressing Co., Greensboro. Gas for railway car illumination. 

Gins, Cotton. 

Apple Gin Co., Walstonburg. Ginned cotton. 

Bayboro Gin Co.,' Bayboro. Bale cotton. 

Belvidere Ginning Co., Belvidere. Ginned cotton. 

Bennett, J. A., Wingate. Ginned cotton, etc. 

Bessemer Ginning Co., Bessemer City. Ginned cotton. 

Casey Gin and Milling Co., Goldsboro. Ginned cotton. 

Center Hill Ginning Co., Tyner. Ginned cotton. 

Cotton Ginning Co., Vineland. Ginned cotton. 

Council Ginning Co., Council. Ginned cotton. 

Earnhardt, J. W., Lemington. Ginned cotton. 

Elizabeth City Milling Co., Elizabeth City. Ginned cotton. 

Farmers Ginning Co., Calypso. Ginned cotton. 

Farmers Ginning and Supply Co., Henderson. Ginned cotton. 

Frog Level Ginning Co., Rutherfordton. Ginned cotton. 

Grantsboro Giii Co., Grantsboro. Ginned cotton. 

Griffin, J. A., Ayden. Ginned cotton and saw lumber. 

Grimesley & Bullock Gin Co., Kellum. Ginned cotton. 

Grover Ginning Co. Ginned cotton. 

Guilford Ginning Co., Aurora. Ginned cotton. 

Harrisburg Improvement Co., Harrisburg. Ginned cotton. 

Hasty Gin Co., Hasty. Ginned cotton. • 

Hays-Tucker Co., Polkton. Ginned cotton, etc. 

Lambe Mfg. Co., Siler City. Ginned cotton. 

Lancaster Gin Co., Forest City. Ginned cotton. 

Matthews Mfg. Co., Matthews. Ginned cotton. 

Maxton Gin Co., Maxton. Ginned cotton. 

Maysville Gin Co., Maysville. Lint cotton and lumber. 

Model Ginning Co., Cherryville. Ginned cotton. 

New Hope Ginning and Mill Co., Goldsboro. Ginned cotton and lumber. 

Orrum Ginning Co., Orrum. Ginned cotton. 

Pantego Gin Co., Pantego. Ginned cotton. 

Patton, W., Calypso. Ginned cotton. 

Perry Mill Co., Wingate. Ginned cotton. 

Poplar Ginning and Improvement Co., Concord. Ginned cotton. 

Royal Still and Ginnery, Salemburg. Ginned cotton. 

Ryes Milling Co., Broadway. Lint cotton. 

Smith Gin and Saw Mill, Askewville. Ginned cotton. 

Sugar Loaf Gin and Oil Co., Youngsville. Ginned cotton. 

Tarboro Ginning Co., Tarboro. General gin. 

Thompson Gin Mill, Aurora. Ginning and sawing. 

Wagram Gin and Mfg. Co., Wagram. Ginned Cotton. 

Walton Gin and Saw Mill, Jacksonville, R. F. D. Ginned cotton. 

Weeksville Ginnery Co., Weeksville. Ginned cotton. 

Weldon Ginning Co.. Weldon. Ginned cotton. 

Williams, Mrs. J. T., Cotton Gin, Clinton. Ginned cotton. 

Granite. See, also, Monuments. 

Blue Pearl Granite Co., Winston-Salem. Granite. 

Campbell-Warner Co., Raleigh. Granite and marble products. 

Capital Stone Co., Osgood. Building stone. 

Carolina Cut Stone Co., Wilmington. Cutting stone for building and cemeteries. 

Faith Granite Co., Salisbury, R. 1. Building and curbing stone. 

Ganley Bros., Salisbury. Paving blocks. 



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Geanite — Continued. 

General Grajihite Co., Asheville. Refined granite. 

Lemniernian-Hoffman Granite Co., Mount Airy. Dressed granite. 

Morton, John J., Co., Charlotte. Stone contractors. 

Mount Airy Granite Cutting Co., Mount Airy. Dressed granite. 

North Carolina Granite Corporation, Mount Airy. Building granite. 

Raleigh Granite Co., Raleigh. Crushed stone. 

Salisbury Granite Corporation Co., Salisbury. Paving blocks. 

Sargent Granite Co., Mount Airy. Cut granite. 

Valentine, \V. B., & Co., Asheville. Granite ]>roducts. 

Wisconsin Granite Co. Granite Quarry paving blocks. 

Wright & Di.\on, Hendersonville. Building stone. 

Grist Mill.s. 

Williams Mill Mfg. Co., Ronrta. Portable grist mills. 

Harness. See Leather. 

Hogsheads. 

AVhite's Hogshead Shop, Kinston. Tobacco hogsheads. 

House Trimming. 

Azalea Woodworking Co., Azalea. House trimming. 

Hubs and Handles. See Coopers. 

Ice. 

Andrews Ice Co., Andrews. Ice. 

Arctic Ice and Coal Co., Greensboro. Ice. 

Beaufort Ice Co., Beaufort. Ice. 

Carolina Ice Co., Raleigh. Ice. 

Cartaret Ice Trans, & Storage Co., Morehead City. Ice. 

Crj'Stal Ice Co., Washington. Ice. 

Crystal Ice Co., Winston-Salem. Ice. 

Crj'stal Ice Co., Elizabeth City. Ice. 

Daniels & Pugh, Manteo. Ice. 

Dunn Ice and Fuel Co., Dunn. Ice. 

Edenton Ice and Coal Co., Edenton. Ice. 

Elkin Ice and Light Co., Elkin. Ice. 

Fayetteville Ice and Mfg. Co., Payetteville. Ice. 

Greenville Ice and Coal Co., Greenville. 

Goldsboro Ice Co., Goldsboro. Ice. 

Harris, Robert, & Bro., Reidsville. Ice. 

Henderson Ice and Cold Storage Co., Henderson. Ice. 

Hendersonville Laundry, Hendersonville. Ice and laundering. 

Hickory Ice and Coal Co., Hickory. Ice. 

Independent Ice Co., Wilmington. Ice. 

Iredell Ice and Fuel Co., Statesville. Ice. 

Johnson Ice and Fuel Co., Lincolnton. Dealers in ice, coal and wood. 

Johnson, W. N., & Sons, Mooresville. Ice. 

Lenoir Ice and Oil Co., Kinston. Ice, cotton-seed products. 

Monroe Ice and Fuel Co., Monroe. Ice. 

Morganton Ice and Fuel Co., Morganton. Ice. 

New Bern Ice Co., New Bern. Ice. 

Newton Ice and Fuel Co., Newton. Ice and soft drinks. 

North State Ice Co., Rocky Mount. Ice. 

Oxford Ice Co., Oxford. Ice. 

Piedmont Ice and Coal Go., Greensboro. Ice. 

Powell & Powell, Raleigh. Ice. 

Reidsville Ice and Coal Co., Reidsville. Ice. 

Rocky Mount Ice and Fuel Co., Rocky Mount. Ice. 

Shelby Ice and Fuel Co., Shelby. Ice. 

Standard Ice and Fuel Co., Charlotte. Ice. 



Classification of Industries 341 



Ice — Continued. 

Storage Supply Co., Asheville. Ice. 
Warrenton Electric Light Co., Warrenton. Ice. 
Wilson Ice and Fuel Co., Wilson. Ice. 
Wood Ice Co., Selma. Ice. 
Yarborough & Bellinger Co., Charlotte. Ice. 

Ice Boxes. 

Register, Scott, New Bern. lee boxes, account registers. 

Ice Cream. 

Club Cafe and Candy Kitchen, Asheville. Ice cream. 

Durham Ice Cream Co., Durham. Ice cream. 

Saleeby, N. D., Monroe. Ice cream. 

Sallock Candy Kitchen, Winston-Salem. Candy and ice cream. 

Townsend Ice Cream Co., Fayetteville. Ice cream. 

Warren Ice Cream Co., Wilmington. Ice cream. 

White Ice Cream Co., Raleigh. Ice cream. 

Insulatoe Pins. 

Blue Ridge Locust Pin Co., Dillsboro. Insulator pins and brackets. 
Liberty Chair Co., Liberty. Chair stock, insulator pJns and brackets. 

Iron. 

Appalachain Iron and Mining Co., Murphy. Iron ore. 
Cranberry Furnace Co., Cranberry. Iron ore. 
Ferebee & Young Co., Andrews. Iron ore. 
Welch, J. A., Marble. Iron ore. 

Laundries. 

Albemarle Laundry, Elizabeth Citj'. Laundering. 

Alderman-Capehart Laundry, Washington. Laundering. 

Bishop's Laundry. Greenville. Laundering. 

Bishop's Laundry Co., Rocky Mount. Laundering. 

Carolina Laundry, Wilson. Laundering. 

Charlotte Laundry, Charlotte. Laundering and dyeing. 

City Laundry, Wilmington. Laundering. 

Clarendon Laundry Co., Fayetteville. Laundering. 

Columbia Laundry Co.. Greensboro. Laundering, dry cleaning. 

Concord Steam Laundry. Concord. Laundering. 

Dick's Laundry Co., Greensboro. Laundering. 

High Point Steam Laundry. High Point. Laundering. 

Kinston Steam Laundry, Kinston. Laundering. 

Lexington Steam Laundry, Lexington. Laundering. 

Model Steam Laundry Co., Charlotte. Laundering. 

Model Steam Laundry, Durham. Laundering. 

Model Steam Laundry. Raleigh. Laundering. 

Mount Airy Steam Laundry, Mount Airy. Laundering. 

Mountain City Laundry, Asheville. Laundering. 

Oak City Steam Laundry, Raleigh. Laundering. 

Sanitary Laundry, Asheville. Laundering. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, Charlotte. Laundering. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, Hamlet. Laundering. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, Raleigh. Laundering. 

Swannanoa Laundry, Asheville. Laundering. 

Wing-Holt Steam Laundry, Fayetteville. Laundering. 

Winston Steam Laundry, Winston-Salem. Laundering. 

Zinzendorf Laundry, Winston-Salem. Laundering. 

Leather. 

Asheville Harness Co., Asheville. Saddlery. 

Bolyn, W. H., Reidsville. Harness. 

Brown, T. N., Statesville. Harness. 

Burke Tannery, Morganton. Belting, shoe leather. 



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Leathek — Continued. 

Charlotte Leather Belting Co., Charlotte. Leather. 

Deal Tannery Co., Dealville. Collars and harness. 

Elkin Shoe Co., Elkin. Leather, shoes and collars. 

Hans Rees Sons, Asheville. Tanners and finishers of leather. 

Harness, Vehicle and Suppl.v Co., Statesville. Harness. 

Haywood Cooperage Co., Waynesville. Leather. 

Hickory Collar Co., Hickory. Horse collars. 

Hickory Harness Co., Hickory. Harness. 

Johnson Shoe Co., Jamestown. Shoes. 

Junaluska Leather Co., Hazelwood. Leather. 

Lentz Harness Works, Gold Hill, R. 2. Harness and repairs. 

Lyon, W. C, Durham. Harness. 

Miller, C. M., Waynesville. Leather. 

Montgomery Hardware Co., Troy. Harness. 

Mount Vernon Tannery, Andrews. Sole leather, tanning extracts. 

Price-Cline Harness and Tanning Co., Lefioir. Collars, harness and tanning. 

Shipley, J. W., Winston-Salem. Harness. 

Smoot, C. C, & Sons Co., North Wilkesboro. 

Southern Harness Co., High Point. Harness. 

Sylva Tanning Co., Rosman. Leather. 

Transylvania Tanning Co., Brevard. Leather. 

Townsend Buggy Co., Winston-Salem. Harness and saddlery. 

Toxaway Tanning Co., Rosman. Leather. 

Lime and Limestone. 

Blue Ridge Lime Co., Asheville. Burnt lime and ground limestone. 

Buquo Lime Co., Hot Springs. Ground limestone. 

Olinchfield Lime Co., Fletcher. 

N. C. Talc and Mining Co., Hewitts. Lime and crushed stone. 

Trent River Marl and Lime Co., New Bern. Marl. 

Lumber. See Building Material. 

Mantels. 

Albemarle Mantel Co., Albemarle. Mantels. 

Cochrane Hardwood Mfg. Co., Liticolnton. Mantels. 

Delinger Show Case Co., Statesville. Show cases, screens, mantels. 

Mattresses. 

Cotton Belt Mfg. Co., Rocky Mount. Mattresses. 
Eureka Mattress Co., Raleigh. Cotton mattresses. 
Gaston Mattress Co., Gastonia. Mattresses. 
Jackson Mattress Factory. Kinston. Mattresses. 
Mebane Bedding Co., Mebane. Mattresses. 
Peerless Mattress Co., Lexington. Mattresses. 
Smathers Mattress Co., Asheville. Mattresses. 
Taylor Mattress Co., Salisbury. Mattresses. 

Medicines. 

Astyptodine Chemical Co., Wilmington. Proprietary preparations. 

Brame Drug Co., North W^ilkesboro. Drugs. 

Capudine Chemical Co., Raleigh. Proprietary medicines. 

Childs-Wolf Drug Co., Lincolnton. Compound medicines. 

Duffy, P. S., Medicine Co., New Bern. Duffy's Pills. 

Femury Co., Charlotte. Medical preparations. 

Hood Bros., Smitfield. Croup, cold and pneumonia salve. 

Hornets' Nest Liniment Co., Charlotte. Medicines. 

Niestle, Wm., Wilmington. Niestle's cough syrup, croup cures, etc. 

Norman-Perry Drug Co., Winston-Salem. Patent medicines. 

Smiley Cure Co., Wendell. Patent medicines. 

Theis Salve Co., Charlotte. Healing salve. 

Tirtnat Co., Columbus. Pellagra medicine. 

Vick Chemical Co., Greensboro. Proprietary medicines. 



Classification of Industries 343 



Mercerized Yarns. 

Southern Mercerizing Co., Tryon. Mercerized yarn. 

Mica and Feldsi>.\r. 

Asheville Mica Co., Asheville. Mica products. 

Blake, Edward, Newdale. Feldspar and mica. 

Brown, McKinney Co., Bakersville. Mica. 

Carolina Mineral Co., Penland. Feldspar and mica. 

Carolina Products Co., Le.xington. Mica and feldspar. 

English Mica Co., Spruce Pine. Ground mica. 

Ewing, J. v., Boonford. Mica. 

Glass Brick Co., Kona. Feldspar. 

Smith, H. C, Burnsville. Feldspar. 

Tar Heel Mica Co., Plumtree. Cutting and punching mica. 

The Kona Mineral Co., Lundy. Crude feldspar and mica. 

Williams, Carl, Jr., Spruce Pine. Feldspar. 

Mills and Millstones. 

Fisher & McCombs, Salisbury. Millstones. 

Williams Mill Mfg. Co., Ronda. Portable grist mills. 

Minerals. 

Carolina Ore Co., Winston-Salem. Nodulyzed pyrites cinder. 

Ludlow, W. E., Golden. Gold. 

The Surface Hill Mining and Mill Co., Charlotte. Prospect for minerals. 

Mirrors, Glass, Art Glass. 

Ecker, F., High Point. Mirrors. 

High Point Glass and Decorating Co., High Point. Art glass. 

Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., High Point. Mirrors and beveled plate glass. 

Southern Mirror Co., High Point. Mirrors and plate glass. 

Stone Glass Co., Statesville. Mirrors. 

Molding. See Building Material. 

Monuments, Marble and Stone. 
Bain-Kimball, Durham. Monuments. 

Blue Pearl Granite Co., Winston-Salem. Monuments and decorative granite. 
Campbell-Warner, Raleigh. Monuments. 

Carolina Marble and Granite Works, Wadesboro. Cemetery supplies. 
Carolina Marble and Granite Co., Salisbury. Granite monuments. 
Charlotte Marble and Granite Works, Charlotte. Monumental work. 
Cooper Monument Co., Raleigh. Marble and granite monuments. 
Dunn Marble Works, Dunn. Tombstones and monuments. 
Durham Marble Works, Durham. Monuments. 

Eastern Carolina Marble Works, New Bern. Monuments, headstones, etc. 
Efird Marble Works, Monroe. Monuments. 
Harris Granite Quarries Co., Salisbury. Monuments. 
Hickory Marble and Granite Co., Hickory. Monuments. 
High Point Marble Granite Works, High Point. Tombstones. 
Knight, John W., & Sons, Greensboro. Monuments, tombstones. 
Lemmerman-Hoffman Granite Co., Mount Airj'. Monuments. 
Mecklenburg Marble and Granite Co., Charlotte. Monuments. 
Mooresvillle Marble and Granite Works, Mooresville. Monuments. 
Neese Marble Yard, Greensboro. Tombstones. 
Regal Marble Co., Regal. Marble. 

Reins Bros., North Wilkesboro. Tombstones and monuments. 
Southern Marble Works, Dunn. Monuments. 
Wall, J. A., & Sons, Winston-Salem. Monuments. 
Wilson Marble and Tile Co., Wilson. Tombstones. 

Naval Stores. ■ 

Council Tool Co., Wannanish. Naval stores, etc. 

Royall Still and Ginnery Co., Salemburg. Naval stores, ginned cotton. 



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Office Furniture. 

Statesville Show Case Co., Statesville. Show cases, screen doors, office furniture. 

Optioal Goods. 

Pruett-Southerland Co., Charlotte. Grinding of optical lenses. 
Rapport Optical Co., Durham. Optical products. 
Rosentein, Dr. M., Durham. Lenses and optical fittings. 

Organs. 

Shipman Organ Co., High Point. Organs. 

Overalls. See Clothiitg. . ' . 

Pants. See Clothing. 

Peanuts, Cleaning. 

Bryan, D. H., & Co., Peanut Works. Wilmington. Cleaning and grading peanuts. 
Naional Spanish Peanut Co., Scotland Neck. Peanuts. 

Photo-Engravers. • - 

Bierman Engraving Co., Charlotte. Printing plates. 

Picker Sticks. See Cooperage. 

Pottery. 

Brockett, \V. T., Henry, R. 2. Stoneware. 

Broom, Jas. C, Monroe. Churns, jars, crocks, etc. 

Leonard, M. L., Henry. Stoneware. 

Kennedy Pottery Works, Wilkesboro. Flower pots, etc. 

Speagle, R. P., Newton. Crockery ware. 

Teague Pottery Shop, Steeds. Churns, crocks, flower pots and pitchers. 

Vincent, Joseph, Snow Camp. Stoneware, etc. 

Printers and Publishers. See, also, Newspapers, pages 272 to 299. 

Albemarle Observer, Edenton. 

Apostolic Messenger Printing Office, Greensboro. Books, etc. 

Andrews Printing Co., Andrews. Commercial printing. 

Barber Printing and Stationery Co., Winston-Salem. Job ]irinting. 

Barrett Printing House, Wilson. Commercial printing. 

Board of Publication, Greensboro. Printing and publishing. 

Brady Printing Co., Statesville. Commercial printing. 

Burlington Printing Co., Burlington. Book and job work. 

Gaboon, A. W., Hertford. Commercial printing. 

Clay Printing Co., Hickory. Job printing. 

Clayton, C. F., Tarboro. Commercial printing. 

Cole Printing Co., Sanford. Commercial printing. 

Commercial Printing Co., Raleigh. Book and job printing. 

Concord Job Printery, Concord. Commercial printing. 

Eagle Printing Co., Spray. Job printing. 
-:»> Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., Raleigh. Printing, binding, engraving. 

Elam & Dooley, Charlotte. Commercial printing. 

Falcon Publishing Co., Falcon. Commercial printing. 

Fisher, W. H., Co., Greensboro. Job printing. 

Foss & Stradley, Southern Pines. Job Printing. 

Freeman Printing Co., Lumberton. Commercial printing. 

Gazette Publishing Co., Gastonia. Newspapers, job printing. 

Gold, P. D., Publishing Co., Wilson. Commercial printing. 

Greensboro Printing Co., Greensboro. Job printing. 

Grist Printing Office, Lenoir. Commercial printing. 
-• Hackney & Moale Co., Asheville. Printing and publishing. 

Harrell Printing House, Weldon. Job printing. 

Harriss Printing and Advertising Co., Wilmington. Printing and advertising. 

Harrison Printing Co., Greensboro. Commercial printing. 

Herald Publishing House, Kings Mountain. Printing and publishing. 



Classification of Industries 345 



Printers and Publishers — Continued. 

High Point Printery, High Point. Commercial printing. 

Huneycutt Printing Co., Charlotte. Job Printng. 

Inland Press, Asheville. Job printing. 

Jones-Stone Printing Co., Henderson. Commercial printing. 

Judge Printing Co., Fayetteville. Job printing. 

Kno.Kville Directory Co., Asheville. City directories. 

Martin Printing Co., Conway. Commercial printing. 

Mitchell Publishing Co., Raleigh. Commercial printing. 

Mutual Publishing Co., Raleigh. Printing, publishing and binding, 
^^ews Publishing Co., Charlotte. Book and job printing. 

Observer Printing House, Charlotte. Books, stationery, binding, etc. 
--^Piedmont Directory Co., Asheville. Publishing. 

Piedmont Industrial Press, Winston-Salem. Publishing. 

Presbyterian Standard Publishing Co., Charlotte. Printing and publishing. 

Queen City Printing and Paper Co., Charlotte. Commercial and book printing. 

Ray Printing Co., Charlotte. Book and job printing. 

Review Job Printing Office, Wilmington. .Job printing. 

Richardson Printing Co., New Bern. Book and job printing. 

Rogers Press, Asheville. Commercial printing. 

Seaman Printery, Durham. Printing. 

Spencer News, Spencer. Commercial printing. 

Stamey Printing House, High Point. Commercial printing. 

Statesville Printing Co., Statesville. Commercial printing. 

Stone, Joseph J., & Co., Greensboro. Commercial printing. 

Store Printing Co., Winston-Salem. Commercial printing. 

University Press, Chapel Hill. Printing and publishing. 

Welch Printing Office, High Point. Job printing. 

Whiteside Printing Co., Asheville. Job printing. 

Wilkes Journal, North Wilkesboro. Newspaper and job printing. 

Pumps. 

Bryson City Pump Works, Bryson City. Pump tubfng, colonial porch columns. 

Quartz. 

Oliver Quartz Co., Charlotte. Lump quartz. 

Repairing. 

Armature Winding and Ferrofl.x Brazing Co., Charlotte. Repairs. 
Asheboro Motor Car Co., Asheboro. Repairs. 
East Carolina Railway Shops, Tarboro. Repairs. 
Laurinburg Machinery Co., Laurinburg. Auto repairs. 
Motor and Machine Co., Red Springs. Auto repairs. 
Peerless Machine Works, High Point. General repairs. 
Piedmont Metal Roofing Co., Dallas. Metal shingles. 
Smith & Fagg, Reidsville. Repairs. 

Rolls and Panels. 

Hayworth Roll and Panel Co., High Point. Rolls and panels. 

Roofing and Sheet Metal Work. 

Carolina Metal Products Co., Wilmington. Metal. 

Johnson, T. P., & Co., Asheville. Gutter and roofing. 

McCausland, J. N. & Co., Charlotte. Sheet metal work. 

Piedmont Metal Roofing Co., Dallas. 

Raleigh Roofing and Cornice Co., Raleigh. Sheet metal work, slate roofing. 

Wadesboro Lumber Co., Wadesboro. Roofers. 

Welborn Tin Shop, High Point. Tobacco flues, sheet metal. 

Stamps. 

Post Dater Stamp Co., Wilmington. Dater stamps. 
Terry, W. T., Raleigh. Rubber stamps. 



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Sand. 

Bonal, M. R. Co., Inc., Lilesville. Sand and gravel washing plant. 

Gold Sand Co., Gibson. Sand. 

Riverside Sand Co., Charlotte. Loading sand. 

Royster, S. S., Monazite Co., Shelby. Monazite sand. 

Sash. See Building Material. 

Scales. 

Independent Scale Co., Asheville. Cbm])uting scales. 

Screens. 

Statesville Show Case Co., Statesville. Show cases, screen doors, office furniture. 

Seats. 

Albright Mfg. Co., Rural Hall. Water closet seats. 

Shingles. See, Building Material. 

Shirts. See Clothing. 

Signs. 

Southern Sign Shop, Wilmington. Metal and electric signs. 

Shoes. 

Elkin Shoe Co., Elkin. Shoes. 

Show Cases. 

Delinger Show Case Co., Statesville. Show cases, screens, mantels. 

Statesville Show Case Co., Statesville. Show cases, screen doors, office furniture. 

St.wes. See Coopers. - 

Stone Cutters. See Monuments and Tombstones. 

Stoves. See Founders and Machinists. 

Structural Steel. See Founders and Machinists. 

Surreys. See Vehicles. 

Suspenders. See Clothing. 

Sweeping Preparations. 

Ideal Mfg. Co., Oxford. Sweeping preparations. 
Tarro Chemical Co., New Bern. Sweeping powder. 

Tables. 

Harry, C. F., Grover. Tables and box shocks. 
Ideal Table Co., High Point. Tables. 

Talc. -^ 

Georgia Talc Co., Marshall. Branch. Crayons and talc. 

North Carolina Talc and Mining Co., Hewitts. Talc and limestone. 

Talc Products Co., Glendon. Talcum and crayons. 

Tallow. 

Asheville Packing Co., Asheville. Fertilizers and tallow. 
Union Stock Yards, Charlotte. Tallow and grease. 

Tanning Extracts. 

Brevard Tanning Co., Pisgah Forest. Tanning extracts. 
Champion Fiber Co., Canton. Tannic acid, etc. 
Rosraan Tanning Extract Co., Rosman. Tanning extract. 



Classification of Industries 347 



Tbera Cotta. 

Gray Concrete Co., Thomasville. Concrete sewer pipe. 
Pomona Terra Cotta Co., Pomona. Sewer pipe, tile, etc. 

Tile. 

Arrowwood, L. U., Shelby. Cement blocks and drain tile. 

Asheville Brick and Tile Co., Fletcher. Brick and tile. 

Borden Brick and Tile Co., Goldsboro. Brick and tile. 

Dail, W. J., Jr., Greenville. Brick and tile. 

High Brick Works, Whiteville. Brick and tile. 

Pamlico Brick and Tile Co., Washington. Brick, tile, etc. 

Vance Brick and Tile Works, Vanceboro. Brick and tile. 

Tinners. 

Thorp Hardware and Mfg. Co., Monroe. Canning outfits. 
Waller, E. R., Tin Shop, Kinston. Sheet metal work. 

Tires. 

Hanes Rubber Co., Winston-Salem. Pneumatic and solid tires and tubes. 
Southern Tire Co., Winston-Salem. Tires for motor vehicles. 

Tobacco. 

Adams-Powell Co., Statesville. Plug tobacco. 

American Tobacco Co., Durham. All kinds. 

Ash, L., Statesville. Plug tobacco. 

Bailey Bros., WMnston-Salem. Chewing tobacco. 

Bradsher, W. C, Tobacco Co., Durham. Leaf tobacco dealers. 

Branch-King Cigar Co., Durham. Cigars and cheroots. 

Durham Tobacco Mfg. Co., Durham. Cigars. 

El Reeso Cigar Co., Greensboro. Cigars. 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co., Kinston. Tobacco. 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co., Oxford. Tobacco. 

Export Leaf Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem. Rehandling leaf tobacco. 

Flint, J. G., & Co., Winston-Salem. Plug tobacco. 

Imperial Tobacco Co., Durham. Redried leaf tobacco. 

Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co., Durham. Cigarettes, smoking tobacco. 

Lang Cigar Co., Greensboro. Cigars. 

McElwee, J. H., Statesville. Smoking tobacco. 

Morse & Wade, East Bend. Smoking tobacco. 

Penn Branch American Tobacco Co., Reidsville. Plug tobacco. 

Piedmont Cigar Co., Reidsville. Cigars. 

Pugh, Charles S., Asheville. Cigars. 

Reynolds, R. J., Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem. Chewing tobacco, cigarettes. 

Richardson, R. P., Jr., & Co., Reidsville. Granulated smoking tobacco. 

Seidenberg & Co., Greensboro. Cigars. 

Taylor Bros. Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem. Chewing and smoking tobacco. 

Taylor, J. P., Co., Henderson. Stemmed leaf tobacco. 

Venable Tobacco Co., Durham. Tobacco. 

Webb, E. v., Kinston. Tobacco stemmery. 

Tobacco Flues. 

Longmire, L. H., Creedmore. Tobacco flues and pipe. 
Payne, A. L., Rural Hall. Sheet steel tobacco flues. 
Pierce, J. R., Youngsville. Sheet iron tobacco flues. 
Price, W. L., Mfg. Co., Holly Springs. Tobacco flues. 
Watkins Flue Shop, Henderson. Tobacco flues. 
Welborn Tin Shop, High Point. Tobacco flues, sheet metal. 

Tools. See Foundries and Machinists. 

Truck Packages, Baskets, Etc. See Cooperage. 



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Turpentine and Naval Stores. 

Jackson Turpentine Distillery, Huntley, R. 1. Turpentine and resin. 
Spiritine Chemical Co., Wilmington. Oil of tar and wood turpentine, etc. 

Type-setting Machines. 

Cade Mfg. Co., Shelby. Tyi)e-setting machines. 

Vaginal Cones. 

The Fumery Co., Charlotte. Vaginal cones. 



Vehicles and Parts. 

Besson's Wagon Shop, High Point. Wagons and repairs. 

Capital Buggy Co., Henderson. Buggies and carriages. 

Carolina Buggy Mfg. Co., Henderson. Buggies and surries. 

Carroll Wagon Co., Turkey. Carts and wagons, etc. 

Carters Wagon Shop, Elizabeth City. Carts, wagons, etc. 

Charlotte Wagon and Auto Co., Charlotte. Truck bodies, wagons, etc. 

Cooper, G. H., Louisburg. Wagons and carts. 

Corbitt Buggy Co., Henderson. Buggies. 

Co.\', A. G., Mfg. Co., Winterville. Planters, tobacco trucks. 

Dail Carriage Shop, Winsdor. Carriages, etc. 

Durham Vehicle and Harness Co., Durham. Spring livery wagons. 

Enterprise Carriage Co., Tarboro. Carriages. 

Evans, J. W., & Son, Raleigh. Carriages and wagon repairs. 

Gormon Wheel Co., O.xford. Vehicle wheels, spokes, etc. 

Hackney Bros., Wilson. Buggies and light carriages. 

Hackney Wagon Co., Wilson. Wagons. 

Hale Coach Shop, Eure. Wagons, carts, etc. 

Hampton Buggy Co., Leaksville. Buggies. 

Henderson Buggy Mfg. Co., Henderson. Horse drawn vehicles. 

Herring, J. W. & Co., Aulander. Wagons and repairs. 

High Point Buggy Co., High Point. Pleasure vehicles, buggies, surreys. 

HoUowell Shops, Hobbsonville. Wagons and repairs. 

Knight Repair Shop, Aberdeen. Wagons and repairs. 

Mount Airy Buggy Co., Mount Airy. Buggies, carriages, wagons. 

Nissen, George E., Co., Winston-Salem. Farm wagons. 

Nissen, S. J., Co., Wiinston-Salem. Business wagons. 

Overton, C. B., Powellsville. Carts and buggies. 

Oxford Buggy Co., Oxford. Buggies and surreys. 

Parker's Wagon Shop, Kelford. Carts, wagons, buggies. 

Piedmont Wagon and Mfg. Co., Hickory. Wagons, drays, etc. 

Finland's Shops, Gates. Carts and repairs. 

Price, W. L., Mfg. Co., Holly Springs. Tobacco trucks and carts. 

Rook Repair Shop, Gates. W'agons and repairing. 

Rouse Buggy Works, LaGrange. Buggies, repair work. 

Sawyer's Shop, Creswell. Carts and repairs. 

Smitherman, T. A., East Bend. Buggies and wagons. 

Spach, J. C, Wagon Works, Winston-Salem. Farm and lumber wagons. 

Taylor-Cannady Buggy Co., Oxford. Buggies and surreys. 

Tyson-Jones Buggy Co., Carthage. Horse-drawn vehicles. 

Washington Buggy Co., Washington. Buggies and surreys. 

Waters Buggy Works, New Bern. Buggy repair work. 

Whitfield Buggy Works, Kinston. Buggies and surreys. 

Winton Mfg. Co., Winton. Carts and wheels, general repairs. 

Veneers. 

Cleveland Mfg. Co., Cleveland. Rotary cut veneer. 

Consolidated Veneer and Panel Co., High Point. Panels and veneer. 
Elkin Veneer and Mfg. Co., Elkin. Rotary veneer and sawed lumber. 
Empire Veneer Co., Goldsboro. Veneering. 



Classification of Industries 349 



Venekes — Continued. 

Gum Panel Co., New Bern. Veneer. 

Gum Veneer and Lumber Co.. Sanford. Drawer bottoms and panels for furniture. 

Hayworth Roller & Panel Co., High Point. Laminated wood. 

High Point Veneer and Panel Co., High Point. Furniture and veneers. 

Hill Veneer Co., High Point. Veneers and cross banding. 

Lee Veneer Co., Lexington. Veneers and thin lumber. 

Lenoir Veneer Co., Lenoir. Veneers. 

Linwood Mfg. Co.. Linwood. Veneers. 

Sheppard Veneer Co., Winston-Salem. Veneers. 

Statesville Veneer Co., Statesville. Veneers and thin lumber. 

Thomasville Veneer and Panel Co., Thomasville. Veneer. 

L^tility Mfg. Co., Goldsboro. Veneered cases and panels. 

Wilkes Veneer Co., Edenton. Veneering. 

Wilts Veneer Co., Plymouth. Veneer, box shooks. 

Washboards. ' . 

Carolina Washboard Co., Raleigli. Washboards. 
Oval Oak Mfg., Co., Siler City. Washboards. 

Window Shades. 

Cunningham Springless Shades Co., Greensboro. Window shades. 
Durham Novelty Co., Durham. Window shades. 

WOODENWARE. 

Carolina Woodenware. Fayetteville. Woodenware. 
Oval Oak Mfg. Co., Siler City. Wooden goods. 

Wood Pulp. 

Champion Fiber Co., Canton. Wood pulp, jute board, tannic acid. 
North Fork Lumber Co., Azalea. Acid and pulp wood. 
Penland, W. M., Candler. Acid and pulp wood. 

Yarx. 

High Falls Mfg. Co., High Falls. Cotton yarn. 



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PAGES 

Letter of Transmittal ^ 

State Official Register ^~^ 

Contents ° 



CHAPTER I. 

Introductory 11-13 

CHAPTER II— Farms and Farm Labor. 

Introduction and summary 14-15 

Tables 1 and 2 — ^Condition of farm land and labor, wages, etc.. 16-18 
Tables 3 and 4 — Cost of production; road, educational, and finan- 
cial conditions 19-21 

CHAPTER III— The Trades. 

Introduction and summary 22-23 

Table No. 1 — Wages, when paid, etc 24 

Table No. 2 — Hours worked, per cent read and write 25 

Table No. 3 — Apprentices, educational and financial condition.. 26 

CHAPTER IV — 'Cotton, Cordage, Silk, and Woolen Mllls. 

Summary cotton mills 27-29 

Table No. 1 — Mills by counties, officers, capital stock, etc 30-43 

Table No. 2 — Mills, articles manufactured, equipment, etc 44-57 

Table No. 3 — Number employees, hours, wages, etc 58-71 

Cordage mills — Summary 72 

Silk mills — Summary 72 

Woolen mills — Summary 73 

Cordage mills— Tables 74-75 

Silk mills— Tables 76-77 

Woolen mills— Tables 78-79 

CHAPTER V — Knitting Mills. 

Introduction and summary 80-81 

Table No. 1 — Mills by counties, capital stock, officers, etc 82-87 

Table No. 2 — Mills, goods manufactured, equipment, etc 88-93 

Table No. 3 — Number employees, hours, wages, etc 94-99 

CHAPTER VI — Furniture Factories. 

Introduction and summary 100-101 

Table No. 1 — Name of factory, location, officers, capital stock, etc. 102-105 

Table No. 2 — Value of plant, output, employees, hours, etc 106-109 

Table No. 3— Wages, when paid, etc 110-113 



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CHAPTER VII — MiscELLANi-x)us Factokies. pages 

Introduction and summary 114-113* 

Table No. 1 — Factories by counties, officers, articles manufac- 
tured, etc 116-175 

Table No. 2 — Value of plant, yearly output, number employees, 

etc ■ 176-223 

Table No. 3 — Percentage literacy, wages, financial condition, 

proficiency, etc 224-271 

CHAPTER VIII— Newspapers and Pj:riodicals. 

Introduction and summary 272-273 

Table No. 1 — List of papers 274- 281 

Table No. 2 — Day of publication, class of paper, circulation, etc. 282-290 

Table No. 3 — Value of plant, number employees, wages, etc 291-300 

CHAPTER IX — Railroads and Employees. 

Infroduction and summary 301 

Employees and total compensation 302 

APPENDIX. 

General cotton statistics 304-315 

Labor laws of North Carolina ■ 316-317 

Classification of industries 319-349